Guest Application

With nearly half a million downloads, Eat Blog Talk is the one-stop podcast for food bloggers. We feature interviews with food bloggers and other experts who deliver relevant information and valuable insights.

We are currently looking for podcast guests who have expertise, experience or knowledge in the following areas:

  • Unique ways to monetize outside of ads
  • YouTube strategies that generate traffic, revenue or followers
  • Tips about how to use GA4/GSC
  • A Pinterest strategy that is producing great traffic results
  • How to generate Facebook traffic
  • Getting through Q4 without burning out
  • Affiliate marketing tips
  • How to get featured on Google web stories and Google Discover
  • How to get the most out of Flipboard
  • Using Substack to generate extra revenue
  • How to manage a team and find good VA help for your blogging business
  • Unique ways to get a handle on your mindset to set yourself up for success

We welcome guests of all experience levels to fill out the application! You do not need to be a seasoned food blogger or podcast guest in order to be considered.

Please fill out the application below for consideration. Thank you! We will be in touch!


See a sample guest submission.

Tell us about you and your business in 3-5 sentences.
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
Please upload a head shot for us to use in your show notes, should your application be approved.
Each interview will take between 30 and 45 minutes, but please allow for 60 minutes for the entire call. We will focus on a topic that you are an expert in. Share which topic you would like to discuss and provide 5-10 talking points detailing the flow of the interview.
List resources that align with your topic and that will be helpful for food bloggers. Examples: books, articles, courses, conferences, inspiring quotes, podcast episodes, etc.
By clicking the box above, you are agreeing to allow Eat Blog Talk to record, distribute, and share the podcast in any manner. You also agree to allow EBT to retain rights to the produced media for monetization or future use in any form of public distribution.