I’ve got a secret to share with you. Back in 2008 when I was laid off from my job, I wasn’t sure what I’d do next. I’d become so accustomed to a 9 to 5 job and the layoff came as a total shock. I was a single woman with a mortgage and other bills to pay, so had to quickly find another source of income.
Realizing that social media would play an important role in all businesses, I began my food blog and used social media to drive traffic to it. At the time there weren’t any resources for building a profitable food blog, so I had to figure everything out myself. Now, with nearly 8 years of blogging under my belt, I want to share with you everything I’ve learned to take my blog from a hobby to a business.
Food Blog Blueprint
- Step by step guide to start a food blog
- A Foundation to Build a Blog
- Easy to follow modules
- Learn the pitfalls to avoid and time wasters when
- Tools and Resources to Help with Content Creation
- Video Tutorials
- Assignments after each module to keep you on track
They are yours to edit and share in any way you like. You can alter the recipes as you like to create your own recipes. Just one book has dozens of recipes. This will give you content for your site for months.
The variety of topics for these ebooks include simple recipes, and cookbooks for topics such as bread baking, kids, tailgating, camping, jam recipes, venison and many, many more!
You have access to full a library of stock images that you can use without having to give attribution. Start your site off with professional looking image from day one.
These are standard photography images of items like steak, pastas, burgers, crowds at food festivals and other common food photography images food bloggers use.
Here’s is to you blogging success,