Have you ever thought you'd like to add more video to your food blog? Maybe you've seen some other site offer a video of how they've prepared a certain dish. Or maybe you'd like to launch a YouTube channel to work in concert with the recipes you're offering on your blog. However, you want to dice it, adding video to your blog can be a great way of increasing exposure. That's why this interview with Denise Woodward and Lenny Ferreira is a perfect step, sharing Steps to Successful Video Blogging for Food Bloggers.
Finding and using the right tools is important for your blog and this interview with Nicole Johnson shares tips on Using CoSchedule for Food Bloggers. If you're interested in an editorial calendar or social media sharing functionality from within WordPress, you'll love some of the tips Nicole shares in today's episode.
If you’ve listened to this podcast, you might have noticed a trend: food bloggers love Instagram. If you’re in the same boat, but you’re confused about how to use Instagram for your blog…or just how to use Instagram in general, today’s episode is for you. I spoke recently with Cara Reed of the blog Fork and Beans about Finding Your Instagram Voice for food Bloggers. Listen on for all the goodness!
Learn about these Top Email Marketing Tips for Food Bloggers during the Chopped Podcast interview with Alex P. Gates, an email marketing expert.
Today I'm talking with Sara Corenlius of the blog Cake Over Steak and we're talking about finding Creative Revenue Streams for Food Bloggers. Sara is a illustrator and creates (and sells) food illustrations on her site. It's just one of the ways she uses her site to create revenue, with a goal of becoming a full-time food blogger eventually.
Everyone's buzzing about how SnapChat is the up and coming social media platform everyone has to be on. If you're not on it and curious about how to join SnapChat or if you've secured your profile but have no idea what to do with it, then today's episode is for you. That's because I'm talking with Davida Kugelmass about Using SnapChat for Food Bloggers.
This special episode addresses Getting the Most from a food Blog Conference so you can invest in your business, grow your skills, network with panache, and have a little fun while you're at. Listen to my guest, Tessa Arias and I talk about tips on everything from saving money, meeting new friends, how to follow-up after a conference, and tips on saving receipts for taxes.
Have you ever dreamed about making food blogging your career? Maybe you're not in love with your current job or just feel overwhelmed with passion at the idea of being a professional food blogger. Well, today's guest, Karly Campbell has done just that and she is such a source of inspiration to us all as a result.
Food bloggers wear many hats, one of which is Social Media Manager. This may not be the area of expertise you signed up for when you hung your food blogger shingle on the internet, but it's important, because you want your wonderful content to get discovered and social media can help. That's why today's guest is Kathy Patalsky of the sites Healthy Happy Life and Finding Vegan for her best advice on Social Media Strategies for Food Bloggers.
Listen in on these Top SEO Strategies for Food Bloggers with Amy Lynn Andrews to help solve some of the mystery about how to handle SEO for your food blog. Amy talks about getting your site mobile-ready, file sizes, page speed, and even a little bit about mashed potatoes. There's something for everyone!
Time management and productivity go hand in hand and they're both big issues for food bloggers. Because food bloggers are entrepreneurs and the job of an entrepreneur, as we know all too well, is never done. So finding ways to stay motivated and productive is really important. That's why I reached out to Jeff Sanders, a productivity guru, to share some tips on how to stay on top of your game! Read and listen on for these Productivity Tips for Food Bloggers with Jeff Sanders.
Food bloggers wear many hats in their role as CEO of their blogs. Not only are we creative directors, social media directors, statisticians, and more, we also play the role of marketing director. Your brand is so much more than just the name and the logo and if you've ever wondered how you could build a better brand presence for your food blog, I've reached out to Monique Volz to talk about Brand Building Advice for Food Bloggers. Listen on for the rest of the scoop.
Food photography may be one of the most exciting parts about having a food blog. Of course, sometimes the professionals have an entire team of people, including stylists, to help the process along. And we're trying to do all of it on our own. That's why I reached out to Matt to talk with him about some great food photography tips for food bloggers.
Having great content is one thing, but creating a process to help your content be see by others can seem like a mystery sometimes. Gerry Speirs with the relatively new blog Foodness Gracious is here to break through some of the mystery and talk about How to Increase Traffic for Your Food Blog. Listen in for tips to grow your traffic too!
Is it a goal of yours to work with brands? Maybe you want to do sponsored posts or simply get on the radar with a few brands that you love! It can seem like a difficult thing to do, even for those who have participated in programs in the past. You know you have to dust off that media kit, build up your confidence muscles, and just do it. But you don't have to do it all alone. In fact, Rachel Gurk is the next guest on the Chopped Podcast sharing tips on How Food Bloggers Can Work with Brands!
It's a miserable feeling, comparing ourselves to others. That's why we're talking about Avoiding the Dangers of Comparison for Food Bloggers with Ali Ebright today.
Today's interview is with Mark Leonard, an attorney who works with online clients (including food bloggers) shares his insight on Top Trademark and Copyright Tips for Food Bloggers bloggers need to do to have the copyright and trademark bases covered.
If you love being a food blogger, and you also love your full-time job, today's guest Philia Kelnhofer has a message for you: You don't have to give up one for the sake of the other. In fact, Phi (pronounced Phee) describes how she loves her full-time job and how it supports her passion for her professional food blog, Sweet Phi.
A lot of food bloggers are familiar with StumbleUpon as a great way of helping your blog have a greater reach. That can translate into some serious traffic for bloggers. Check out these tips on StumbleUpon Marketing for Food Bloggers with Andrew Levine.
Have you ever dreamed of transforming a food blog into a career? My latest guest on Chopped Podcast, Kathryne Taylor, had that dream and made it happen. If you're looking for tips and ideas on how to create a food blog that's ready for the big-time, follow along as I chat with Kathryne, better known as Kate from Cookie + Kate, as she talks about Becoming a Full-Time Food Blogger.
Sometimes maintaining your health goals as a food blogger can be such a challenge. Word! If you're trying to watch your weight and yet you're next photo shoot involves an indulgent chocolate chip cookie. I reached out to the expert on this topic, Liz Della Croce of the blog The Lemon Bowl to talk about this very thing. If you struggle with sticking to your health goals while working with food, you're gonna love this episode!
Today I'm talking all things happiness with food blogger, photographer, lifestyle writer and person extraordinaire, Kristen Doyle. You may know Kristen from her blog Dine and Dish where she talks about food, recipes, lifestyle, coffee, and happiness.
Who are you? I mean, really! That's the point of today's interview with Bev Weidner of the site Bev Cooks. Finding your authentic voice through writing, photography, captions and more can be such an important part of a food blogger's existence.
Today's guest on the Chopped Podcast is Bjork and Lindsay Ostrom of Pinch of Yum and Food Blogger Pro talking about their One Percent Infinity Improvement Plan for Food Bloggers. Are you feeling overwhelmed with trying to do everything perfectly? Just stop! Mastering one thing and improving even only 1% per day can lead to huge improvements over the long haul.
Do you have a food blog you'd like to take to the next level? Maybe you started your blog as a hobby and now you're seriously considering going pro! If so, you won't want to miss this interview with Tessa Arias. She tells us how to "Be the CEO of Your Food Blog." Tessa should know - she's the popular blogger behind the fabulous site, Handle the Heat!