In episode 183 we are sharing a replay of an episode published in 2019 with Alli Kelley, blogger over at Longbourn Farm who shares simple homemade favorites. She’s successfully forged relationships with brands and shares her expertise with us.
We cover information about how to consider your time, expenses and reach, reminding you that don’t work for free, knowing your audience by digging into your stats and under promise but over deliver!
Bio At Longbourn Farm, Alli shares simple homemade recipes – old classics remade from scratch and new homemade favorites. Alli believes that family meals create special moments and those moments become treasured memories. The kitchen is truly the heart of every home. In addition to tried-and-true kitchen favorites, she shares practical farm and garden tips for the hobby farmer or avid gardener. She also give educational tidbits about farming and food production, as she believes knowledge and choices in the grocery store empower you to feel confident in the kitchen!
In this episode we cover developing a relationship with brands. Head to episode 030 for show notes and transcript on the original episode.
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