As I read through it, what struck me was the writer’s admonition to [Read more…] about 2 Bloggers Who “Burned It All Down” with Risky Writing
A guest post by Alisa Fleming
Often a food blogger’s days are bogged down with to do’s, gadgets, commitments.With so many electronic conveniences at your fingertips, you expect an increase in productivity. But more is just more, sometimes.
Fortunately, I’ve taken my productivity back. I feel good about what I’ve [Read more…] about 4 Ways to Increase Your Productivity in 2017
Cookbook author and writer Michael Ruhlman returned to blogging recently, after a couple of months off. In his post, he wondered if people still read food blogs.
It never occured to him that the big question might be about video, not text.
Fortunately for him, Elise Bauer of [Read more…] about As The Web Goes to Video, What Happens to Writing?
A guest post by Leah Schapira
A few weeks ago, I posted a photo of a shredded beef pizza on Instagram. Here’s the caption:
Loving tonight’s shortcut dinner (yes, it’s as good as it looks!). Breadsmith’s Pizza Dough + pizza sauce (tomato paste, water, seasoning) + @jacksgourmet shredded beef on top. Place on a baking paper and bake directly on oven rack. Bake at 500F for 8-9 minutes. Drizzle with spicy mayo and Caesar dressing. #recipes #meatpizza #summercooking
It was probably my most popular [Read more…] about Sharing Online Recipes Versus Cookbook Recipes
What? You don’t have a signed copy of the new edition of Will Write for Food?
No problem. To celebrate its one-year anniversary, I am giving away two free copies, signed and mailed. [Read more…] about Win a Signed Copy of Will Write for Food
Since starting Nom Nom Paleo in 2010, Michelle Tam’s social media numbers have exploded. Now she spends more time on social media than the blog. “Most of my posting happens from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., but then when the kids are home, I’m not on my phone and I don’t do it at night,” she says.
As a result, her blog posts slowed. “Our goal is to blog once a week or once every two weeks,” Michelle explains. “I used to blog more frequently, but I learned from my readers that [Read more…] about Nom Nom Paleo’s Social Media Success
A guest post by Sean Timberlake
Go to any blog conference, or drop in on any online forum for bloggers and freelancers, and one question crops up again and again: How much should I charge?
There’s a lot tied up in that request. As a freelance creative, determining your rate may feel a lot like [Read more…] about How Much to Charge? Use this Easy Formula