Candice Walker, a former 9-5’er who traveled the world for a year, became a food blogger and enjoys cooking up new foods each and every day.
Posts published in “Content Strategy”
How to think through, plan, and develop content for your food blog.
Megan hops on the podcast today to talk about six ways you can get started with blog tidying up and organically increase your traffic.
Alexandria shares ways that you can be sensitive to people of other cultures and avoid cultural appropriation with your recipes.
Having limited resources forces you to use what you have and make things happen!
In the next wave of how we’re creating content, the way that we’re creating and consuming content is so vital and apps like Tik Tok are an essential skill for us to learn right now.
A challenge is an event that you put on your blog outside of your normal recipe content. The goal is to teach a new skill in bite sized pieces or to encourage your audience in some way to take action when they need a little extra push to get started.
Anywhere the public is invited to there should be accessibility to others of all backgrounds and abilities.
Eating healthy isn’t just about what you’re eating, it’s about what you feel. It’s about your mind, body and soul.
Editorial calendars act as content creators’ guides, they allow teams to easily communicate and they contribute to the productivity of a small business.
The home cook doesn’t think about spice substitutes like we do, but we can demystify the spice box for them.