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The NerdBurger Food Blog is a sporadic supplemental podcast about all things burger-y and some things nerdy. Host and producer Mike has (insert current number of episodes here) episodes worth of podcasting experience, and it shows! But please listen anyway. Your mouth hole may thank you.
 
Eat Blog Talk is the one-stop podcast for food bloggers, delivering value and instilling confidence so you can level up in your business. The podcast features interviews with food bloggers and other experts who deliver valuable and relevant information and insights to the blogging space. We cover all the hot food blogging topics such as SEO, social media strategies, keyword research, how to pitch yourself to brands and which keyword research tools to use. We also focus on improving your mind ...
 
Welcome to The Food Blogger Pro Podcast, hosted by Bjork Ostrom from Pinch of Yum! Our goal is to help you create a beautiful, functional, and profitable blog. We interview successful food bloggers and industry experts in an effort to surface strategies that can help you more efficiently grow and monetize your site. You'll learn about recipe SEO, food photography, plugins, monetization, traffic, and more. New episodes every Tuesday! Learn more at foodbloggerpro.com/podcast
 
NamelyMarly.com and Chopped Conference creator Marly McMillen reveals strategies to take your food blog to the next level. Through exciting interviews with industry leaders she will help you grow your social media platform, hone your online business skills, create killer marketing strategies, learn the latest tricks to improve your food photography and more in order to get ahead of the curve in the food blogging world. Become the food blogging business owner of your dreams with the Chopped P ...
 
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Getting comfortable on camera, running online cooking classes, and maximizing your productivity with Ashley Covelli from Big Flavors from a Tiny Kitchen. ----- Welcome to episode 385 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Ashley Covelli from Big Flavors from a Tiny Kitchen about teaching cooking classes as a foo…
 
In episode 362, Bree Pair teaches us about batching and how time-management tools like this can be game-changers for food bloggers. Bree Pair is a coach for bloggers and entrepreneurs. Her company, Thrive, educates and empowers bloggers and influencers to build their brands so that they have financial freedom and the flexibility to live their lives…
 
In episode 361, Megan chats to Taran Conwell about hiring a mother’s helper so that you can carve out more time for blogging. Taran is the host of the podcast the Undomestic Mom, which forms part of her mission to dismantle the watered-down version of self-care in today’s motherhood. She coaches millennial moms and takes them from survival mode to …
 
Running two food blogs, building a team, and rapidly growing an email list with Toni Okamoto from Plant-Based on a Budget. ----- Welcome to episode 384 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Toni Okamoto from Plant-Based on a Budget about how she runs her two food blogs and how she’s grown her email list to over…
 
In episode 360, Kimberly Espinel reveals 5 photography styling tips that will take our food photography to the next level and she teaches us how to develop a unique visual identity for our food blogs. Kimberly is a London-based, award-winning editorial and commercial food photographer, bestselling author, educator and creative business mentor. She …
 
In episode 359, Megan chats to Sally Aleckson about why being a part-time food blogger can help cultivate your passion. Sally started food blogging in 2014 and since then has gone through a rebrand and a complete overhaul of her site to what you can see today on Eight Forest Lane. Despite not having the same financial success and traffic as others …
 
Creating viral food videos, sharing videos on TikTok, and editing your videos for different platforms with Julie Tran Deily. ----- Welcome to episode 383 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Julie Tran Deily about how food creators can use Whisk when sharing videos on TikTok. TikTok, Whisk, and the Importance …
 
In episode 358, Megan chats to Lauren Klein about how to pursue blogging as a hobby while still making money. Lauren is a professional dietician, who started her food blog, Piece of Lulu, mainly as a hobby and shares original recipes as well as a wealth of wellness and nutrition content. She found the process of developing her blog and helping her …
 
In episode 357, Olivia Parsons teaches us how to fit video into our food blogging workflow, cutting down on production time while seeing the same gains as everyone else. Olivia Parsons is gluten-free foodie and the creator behind Liv Gluten-Free food blog. She believes anyone with a dietary requirement should be able to enjoy good food. Sharing a v…
 
Reaching out to brands, negotiating sponsored content contracts, and determining your rates with Jenny Meassick from Chocolate & Lace. ----- Welcome to episode 382 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Jenny Meassick from Chocolate & Lace about how she works with brands and negotiates sponsored content contract…
 
In episode 356, Megan chats to Bita and Beata about leveraging your blog for new opportunities using podcasts. Bita Arabian and Beata Nazem Kelley are two food bloggers who co-host the podcast, Modern Persian Food. Bita / Beata means ‘unique’ and in the podcast the duo share their unique approach to cooking and eating Persian food and how to incorp…
 
In episode 355, Megan chats to Jodi Danen about pivoting away from focusing on clients to working for yourself. She delves into the advantages of dedicating all your time to your own blog and some of the drawbacks of making that shift. Jodi is a registered dietician and founder of Create Kids Club, a food blog for easy gluten-free kids meals and fa…
 
Knowing a recipe is ready to publish, why recipe testing starts at the grocery store, and starting with a Hypothesis Draft with Katie Webster. ----- Welcome to episode 381 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Katie Webster from Healthy Seasonal Recipes about the process of developing rock-solid recipes for you…
 
In episode 354, Megan chats to Kay Ratford about the benefits of SEO tools and how to use them to build organic traffic quickly. Kay runs the UK-based food blog Flawless Food with her partner Luke. They started over 2 years ago and, using SEO strategically, they’ve grown their blog to over 600k page views a month, of which 365k is organic traffic. …
 
In episode 353, Megan chats to Melinda Keckler about how to establish a strong brand identity and why building brand affinity with our audience is so important in order to have a successful blog. Melinda is the founder and photographer behind the blog Crinkled Cookbook and has been blogging since 2019 while juggling a full-time marketing job. She i…
 
How to understand high-ranking content on Google, how to tell when Google updates its algorithm, and the importance of user intent with Arsen Rabinovich. ----- Welcome to episode 380 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Arsen Rabinovich from TopHatRank about how content ranks with the Google Algorithm. What Go…
 
In episode 352, Lauren LeBlanc teaches us how to make money doing SEO-focused ghostwriting for other food bloggers. Lauren is the creator of the blog, Lauren from Scratch, where she focuses on how to make savory recipes from scratch using high-quality ingredients and teaches readers how to make restaurant-worthy dishes in their kitchens. Working as…
 
In episode 351, Megan chats to Jessica Burgess about how to focus more on doing what is working and select blogging strategies that help us grow. Jessica is a lifestyle blogger whose mission is to add simplicity to our busy lives. She focuses on easy recipes for people on the go and, having started in 2011, she shares her passion for blogging and k…
 
Managing your time as a blogger, investing in your business, and building connections with other food bloggers with Shweta Garg from Masala and Chai. ----- Welcome to episode 379 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Shweta Garg from Masala and Chai about how she’s grown her blog while working a full-time job. …
 
In episode 350, Megan chats to Alyssa Brantley about the process of writing a cookbook and how it can reenergize your creativity for blogging. Alyssa is the author of I Don’t Want to Cook Book and her cooking philosophy is whole foods that take half the time, meaning just because you’re busy doesn’t mean you shouldn’t eat great. She applies this ph…
 
In episode 349, Megan chats to Sam Adler about how she built a 6-figure food photography business in 4 years, touching on everything from finding clients to pricing and offering unforgettable value. Sam is a professionally trained pastry chef and creator of the baking blog, Frosting & Fettuccine. She is also a professional food photographer who, wi…
 
Diversifying your revenue streams, selling digital products, and finding your niche as a food creator with Tessa Arias from Handle the Heat. ----- Welcome to episode 378 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Tessa Arias from Handle the Heat about the unique ways she monetizes her business as a food creator. Mon…
 
If you are a food blogger who can relate to any of the following challenges, this episode is for you! You feel like you are spinning your wheels constantly. You're working harder than ever, but never seem to get anywhere. You feel isolated and alone and unsupported in the work you do as a blogger. That "next level" feels so hard to reach and you're…
 
In episode 347, Megan chats to Aimee Pruett about time management tactics to help you grow your blog when you have limited time. Creator of Food Banjo, Aimee is a food blogger by night, marketing manager by day and a mother of 2 small kids. Regardless of her busy schedule, she has been able to scale her blog’s sessions monthly, going from 10K to ov…
 
Creating a content plan for Q4 and maximizing your revenue as a food creator with advice from the Food Blogger Pro Experts. ----- Welcome to episode 377 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, the Food Blogger Pro Experts share their best advice for getting the most out of Q4 as a food creator. Q4 Advice Let’s talk about Q4! The …
 
In episode 346, Eric Samuelson teaches us how to rank for non-recipe posts and why this content is often easy to create and valuable as it attracts new readers to our blogs. Eric has been blogging since 2009 and, as the creator behind Eat Like No One Else, he teaches his readers how they can enhance the way they eat through specialty food and ingre…
 
In episode 345, Megan talks to Jenna about which trends to look out for in Q4, 2022. They explore topics like maximizing Web Stories for explosive traffic, gaining extra revenue from Pinterest and buidling rewarding communities with Facebook Groups. Jenna is the creator behind The Urben Life, a food and lifestyle blog where she shares allergy-frien…
 
Running virtual events, getting brands involved, and promoting the events to creators with Stefani Pollack from The Bake Fest. ----- Welcome to episode 376 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Stefani Pollack from The Bake Fest about organizing and running virtual events. Organizing and Running Large-Scale Vir…
 
In episode 344, Megan chats to Cheryl Norris, creator of Bakes by Brown Sugar, about why we should treat our blog as a business from the beginning, the importance of SEO and investing in yourself. Engineer by day, baker by night, Cheryl has been a food blogger since 2018. Passionate about the science of baking and eager to share delicious recipes o…
 
In episode 343, Tyanne Johnson teaches us how to self-publish a cookbook in 45 days. She walks us through every step she took from what’s essential during market research to how a book launch team can help you and tips for book promotion. Tyanne is food blogger and recipe developer at Cooking with Tyanne, specializing in easy, flavourful recipes us…
 
Writing a cookbook proposal, finding a literary agent, and writing a cookbook with a co-author with Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack from Muy Bueno. ----- Welcome to episode 375 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack from Muy Bueno in Part Two of our From Blogger to Cookbook Author series. From …
 
In episode 342, Megan chats to Madison Wetherill about how to get the most out of Gutenberg blocks in order to streamline our blogs and make them fast and easy to navigate. Madison is a food blogger turned web designer at Grace & Vine Studios. She helps clients’ make their website and brand stand out from the crowded food blogging space. She also h…
 
In episode 341, Allea Grummert teaches us how to segment our email list so that we can send tailored content to our subscribers and get higher conversion rates and earn more revenue. Allea is the founder of Duett where she works as an email marketing strategist and conversion copywriter. She helps online business owners make a killer first impressi…
 
Getting two cookbook deals, choosing a cookbook topic, and navigating the cookbook writing process as a food blogger with Adrianna Adarme from A Cozy Kitchen. ----- Welcome to episode 374 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Adrianna Adarme from A Cozy Kitchen in Part One of our From Blogger to Cookbook Author…
 
In episode 340, Megan chats to Courtney Paige about how to turn your blog and the community you build into a full-time job. She explores different sources of revenue and shares her strategy for social media growth and negotiating brand sponsorships. Courtney is a freelance food photographer and founder of A Page of Positivity, a healthy delicious f…
 
In episode 339, Dalya Rubin, creator of It’s Raining Flour, teaches us how we can attract potential clients from the blogging community, helping other bloggers grow. This can in turn provide us with a rewarding additional source of income from the start of our blogging journey. Dalya runs a gluten-free blog and works as a recipe developer, food pho…
 
Finding your purpose as a business owner and teaching engaging online cooking classes with Cynthia Samanian from Culinary Creator Business School. ----- Welcome to episode 373 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Cynthia Samanian from Culinary Creator Business School about teaching online cooking classes. Teac…
 
In episode 338, Megan chats to Kathleen Pope about starting a food blog late in life, a mindset for a new, exciting and successful career and how to keep motivated. Kathleen especially encourages us not to give up until we start reaping the fruit from our hard work. Kathleen transitioned into food blogging after running her own product marketing an…
 
In episode 337, Megan talks to Sue Ringsdorf about starting a food blog as a second chapter in life and seeing blogging from a different perspective. It is not only about making money but also the legacy you leave behind. Sue started Sue Bee Homemaker on her 50th birthday after wondering for several months what her next phase in life would be. With…
 
Getting accepted into Mediavine, running in-person cooking classes, and selling products as a content creator with Elena Davis from Cucina by Elena. ----- Welcome to episode 372 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Elena Davis from Cucina by Elena about how she grew her traffic and got accepted into Mediavine.…
 
In episode 336, Megan chats with Johanna Voss, about the benefits of hiring a talent manager, especially how and why this can land you groundbreaking deals for your business. Johanna is a talent manager for social media influencers who want clarity for their brands, their businesses and plan strategically for the future. She has closed up to $3.5 m…
 
In episode 335, Michelle Boulé teaches us how to bring universal laws into our businesses and apply them to our processes so that we can boost our confidence in the decisions we want to make and reach our goals more easily. Michelle is a transformational life and business coach who helps compassionate business owners and creative entrepreneurs all …
 
Becoming full-time entrepreneurs, building a team, and growing multiple businesses with Bjork and Lindsay Ostrom. ----- Welcome to episode 371 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, we’re sharing Bjork and Lindsay’s episode from the Simple Pin Podcast with Kate Ahl. Growing Multiple Businesses Today’s episode is a bit unusual be…
 
In episode 334, Megan chats to Katie Jasiewicz, author and owner of Katie’s Cucina, about mistakes made by veteran bloggers and how to avoid them in order to let your business flourish with the times. Katie has been blogging for 12 years. For the first couple of years she shared her recipes with family and friends as a way to fill up her time. She …
 
In episode 333, Sarah Barnes teaches us how to grow our Instagram and TikTok to more than 70K in an organic and enjoyable way. She explains how she has done this for her own brand, Taming Twins, in 90 days by focusing on what her audience really needed and not trying to win the algorithm. As a food blogger and a twin mom, Sarah is driven by the que…
 
Peter Taunton founded one of the largest wellness brands in the world with over 6,000 franchises or licenses across 3 brands in 28 countries- LIFT Brands. He’s also the 2010 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Peter is currently a Forbes Master Class instructor at the Forbes School of Business. Peter’s business accomplishments have been well-…
 
Becoming a full-time content creator, growing a YouTube channel, and repurposing content across different platforms with Caitlin Shoemaker from From My Bowl. ----- Welcome to episode 370 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Caitlin Shoemaker about how she became a full-time food creator and grew her YouTube ch…
 
In episode 332, Barbara Curry teaches us about why it’s essential to collaborate and build community as food bloggers and why this will help build and sustain our blogs. Barbara is an attorney who started a food blog, Butter & Baggage, as a hobby when her children moved out of the house. In 2018, she turned it into a business sharing her special re…
 
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