Megan chats to Eric Samuelson about common mental health issues food bloggers struggle with and how they can keep on top of their blogs.
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Aleka Shunk teaches us effective keyword research strategies, sharing tips about search volumes, analyzing competition and mistakes to avoid.
In episode 412, Megan chats to Kristin Weeks about how to set healthy habits that help us push through hard times and grow our businesses in the long run. We cover information about the importance…
Episode 411: Up Your Writing Game – What I’ve Learned From Writing For a Magazine and Working With An Editor with Sabrina Currie
Sabrina Currie teaches us how to up our writing game by focusing on clear blog writing, providing accurate information regarding our recipes.
Episode 410: You Don’t Have to Work 24/7 – Blogger Tips That Allow You to Take Time Off When You Want with Jenna Urben
Megan chats to Jenna Urben about what we need to advance now in our businesses to be able to take a significant amount of time off later on.
Episode 409: The 5 Stages of Building a Profitable Business (+How to Talk Confidently About Your Job as a Blogger) with Laura Tobin
Laura Tobin teaches us how to treat our blogs like actual businesses, and getting into the right mindset with confidence.
Megan chats to Miriam Schulman about why embracing our inner uniqueness can take us from starving artist to well-paid and well-known artist.
Episode 407: What Bloggers Should Know about DEI (+How to Create Inclusive Content Within Your Niche) with Jazzmine Woodard
Jazzmine Woodard teaches us about DEI (diversity, equality and inclusion) and how to create inclusive content to make people feel valued.
Episode 406: How to Launch a Meal Planning Membership with Your Existing Recipe Content – New Revenue Streams for Your Blog with Liam Smith
In episode 406, Megan chats to Liam Smith about how food bloggers can launch their own memberships to create a new revenue stream.
Natasha Levai teaches us how to stay motivated as we wait for our food blogs to grow with some valuable tips we can all use.