Our professional journey of blogging can be used as a launchpad in figuring out what we really do want and what our path really is.
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“I am a firm believer in the more you give, the more you get. I feel like people were meant to be streams, not pond. So a stream is constantly flowing. There’s constantly water coming into it and constantly water going out of it into the Gulf of Mexico or wherever. Right. But a pond is just still, and that water gets stale… I want to support life.”
Great ways to diversify your revenue is to offer your audience Gift Guides. You can use your own content or get permission and share others!
Be sure to work on developing a presentation style to be successful on YouTube. Your first 5 videos posted might be cringe-worthy, but you did it. Then build on your style from there.
Bethany and Megan, co-founders of the EBT membership site share about how they created a platform for food bloggers and what was involved.
I said that if you commit to your blog and your content and you treat it like a business, it will start performing like a business. So what you said about planning ahead and kind of working backwards, that’s kind of what I did last year. Is I decided that I want to be at a point that I can post seven days a week and I needed to see how I can make that happen.
Blogger Maria Koutsogiannis has found success working with brands and encourages content creators to keep planning for Q4 success!
Alexandria shares ways that you can be sensitive to people of other cultures and avoid cultural appropriation with your recipes.
Reaching out to those I admired, going to conferences, establishing partnerships, and connecting with people help launch success.
Today we’re going to talk about diversifying revenue streams because this is a very relevant topic for food bloggers currently.