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  • Writer's pictureKristina Riggs

Food Blogging

Home-based businesses are becoming more and more lucrative as the number of people working within the home increases. When considering a home-based business there are plenty of options out there. You may have a banker turned baker or an office manager turned food blogger. Whatever the situation there is always a way to deal with it in a positive manner. Through this ever-popular pandemic, there have been career changes. It has been inevitable. However, the resiliency of the human race has been phenomenal.

Staying on the topic of food blogging; this has been an explosion on the web. Individuals wanting to share recipes, ingredients, shortcuts, and newfound favorites with others are truly inspirational to individuals that are in love with food. As with anything though, there are precautions that must be taken. Below are just a few points to take into consideration when beginning a food blog.

Hard Work

Those that think maintaining and publishing a food blog does not take blood, sweat, and tears; are the ones that are truly mistaken. Maintaining an accurate and lucrative career while blogging about food is a job all of its own. One of the very first things that a food blogger must do is build a sense of trust within an audience. Basically, a beginning food blogger will write for a smaller than normal audience in order to build their trust. Once that trust is built, people are prone to share. Those shares will result in customers.

Learn and Practice

Maintaining a successful food blog means that the blogger will always be learning and practicing the craft. The blogger will be experimenting with new foods and ingredients for recipes. Those new foods, ingredients, and completed recipes will need to be photographed. A successful food blogger will hone in on their photography skills. Implementing a successful photo within an already growing food blog may very well guarantee success.

Do Not Fall for the Hype

This is a very important point to always remember. Do not pour money into someone else’s pocket if they promise to make your business a multi-million-dollar company within a year. Do not cut a check for that person or that company that tells you they can teach you everything you want to know in a class about food blogging. This is simply not true. The World Wide Web is out there for everyone. And anyone who is moving forward into a new business venture should dive in! There is no need to pay anyone for classes to teach how to write a blog when you can learn simply by reading other blogs and reviewing the format used.

Until Next Time;


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