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Not too long ago I attended my 3rd Minnesota Bloggers Conference in Minneapolis and my head is STILL buzzing from all that I learned!
One of the take-aways from this event was how Food and Craft blogs still remain amongst the most popular blogs in the Blogosphere. I’d love to try my hand at it, but….
My cooking sucks. No really. It DOES.
HOWEVER, I’d like to share some material that I happened across that sheds some light on, and really spells it out, how anyone who DOES love to cook can start their own food blog.
JoAnne Wescott and Nicole Dean are two great business owners who are sick of the hype and just want to offer real information on making money using real business models. There’s a quote on their website that really does a great job of defining their whole concept:
“Genius is one per cent inspiration and ninety-nine per cent perspiration.” – Thomas A. Edison
After reviewing their ‘How to Start a Recipe Blog for Fun and Profit’ Guide I highly recommend it. It’s great for someone who’s interested in starting a business based on his or her love of cooking.
What it covers:
· Definition of a blog.
· How you can make money blogging.
· How to choose your market and set up your blog.
· What to blog about.
· How to get traffic to your blog and make money.
There is real value in this product and for one great price you get a 35-page eGuide, a SweatStory Success interview, audio blog tips, bonus Time Management Guide and a Blogging Calendar.
Pretty spiffy, eh? If you are intrigued and want to tap into this good stuff, check out more info on the eGuide HERE.
Now if you will excuse me….I need to go burn some water 😉