Food Blog Tips

5 quick-start tips on foodblogging

Are you eager to start your own foodblog? Of course! Foodblogging is fun and it can also be a breeze when using zip recipes. Here are some starter tips to get you going.

Think about your niche. What do you feel really passionate about, or what are you really good at? there are loads of foodblogs nowadays, so you have a much better chance if you have something unique to offer. Something that people will learn to associate with you personally. Do not be afraid to focus. for example: only smoothies, or recipes with only 5 ingredients, or vegan, or vegetarian, or all about meat, budget friendly. It can be anything, as long as you love it, and as long as it’s easy to understand what you’re about.

Think of a good name. Preferably something that is not too hard to remember and that already tells a bit what you are about. Good examples are: chickslovefood, minimalist baker, lauragoesgreen, vegatopia etc. Once you have it see wether it is still free and if it is: register your domain!

Be personal. People want to get to know you. Your personal style is what attracts them to your particular blog, in stead of somebody elses blog. Think about the way you want to come across and then try to be consistent in every post (yes, that is quite hard…:))

Start getting to know other bloggers. Bloggers that already have built a following, or are known as experts in your field. Because, let’s face it: nobody knows who you are. Yet. So start guest blogging on well known blogs, to introduce yourself to their followers. Once they know who you are, and start to get interested in your fantastic content they will come to your blog to read more.

Post regularly. It will take some discipline, but try to get some great new articles and recipes out there with some regularity. For instance every week. Every Sunday maybe, one recipe a week. Or maybe at the start of each month. Once your audience gets to know you they will look for your updates and people will be disappointed when they do not arrive at the expected time.

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