My Favorite Resources for Food Bloggers

When I first wanted to start a food blog, I knew it would take hard work and dedication. While working in digital marketing, I managed blogs and the social platforms of several clients. I realized the amount of work and tedious attention to detail necessary to make a blog successful but it wasn’t until I got into it myself that I realized it was A LOT OF WORK. More about that here.

Once I was finally ready to take the plunge and go head first into this whole food blog biz, I handled it like I handle everything in life – I goggled the hell out of it! So here are some helpful resources that helped me get me started. Hope this helps you too!

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How To Drive Traffic To Your Blog


One of the first things I did when I started my blog was sign up for MailChimp. I know the importance of reaching my readers outside of social media. Email may not be the most popular but a lot of my initial traffic came from MailChimp newsletters. MailChimp allows you to store up to 2,000 subscriber emails and send up to 12,000 customizable email newsletters per month! FOR FREE!

Tailwind App

This is one of my favorite tools for driving traffic to your blog from Pinterest. It’s like your own personal intern for Pinterest. Aside from Google SEO, Pinterest is my biggest traffic driver. You basically schedule your pins into any and all the boards you want and it does the rest for you. It’s such a time saver!

Wpopt Performance Optimization

Do yourself a favor and test your site’s page speed by clicking here. If you receive a bad score, your site load is slow. If you have to wait 30 seconds for your site to load, you’re waiting too long. The problem with this is that if you’re annoyed with slow site loads, so are your users. No one has patience so they’ll just go elsewhere. I invested in site optimization last year and it was SO WORTH IT. I highly recommend you do this for your site as well.

Advice from Food Bloggers

Podcasts I Love

Books Recommendations

Influencer Networks (For Sponsored Content)

Monetizing Your Blog

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