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Want to Monetize Your Food Blog? Join Our Affiliate Program!

This isn’t going to be a complete blog post. Heck, it may not even be a complete thought. But I’m too excited to keep the news to myself.

We just rolled out our first affiliate program, and I’d love for you to take a look. We’re paying affiliates who refer sales of our eCookbook, titled “Wich, Please: 30 Sandwiches to Help You Win Friends and Influence People” a flat rate of $5 per sale…a whopping 62% of the sales price.

I’ll have more news and information soon, but for now, you can check out the details of this program here.

Some Thoughts on Getting Back to Basics

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There's a big difference between your food blog after year one, and your food blog after year four. The very nature of this business means that your site is constantly changing and adapting to meet the new needs of your ever-evolving status as a food … [Continue reading]

Facebook Not Showing Updates to Fans? It’s Time to Take Control.

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Flickr/rishibando By now, it's clear to anyone that markets their food blog on Facebook that their organic "reach" (that is, the percentage of your page's fans that actually see your updates) has dropped to near-uselessness. While two years ago, … [Continue reading]

Now is the Time to Promote Your Food Blog on Instagram

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If you're not using Instagram to promote yourself or your food blog, there's no better time than right now. In fact, Instagram now leads other larger social media networks in terms of user engagement (that is, the degree to which followers of a page … [Continue reading]

Why I Stopped Watermarking My Food Photographs

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Like most food bloggers, I want to do everything I can to stop thieves from stealing my photography and using it on their own websites. After all, if I take the time shop for ingredients, cook, set up lighting, shoot, and edit my photos, it seems … [Continue reading]

What Restaurants Should Understand About Review Sites

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Yelp. TripAdvisor. Google Local. Restaurants and food business are receiving online reviews, both positive and negative, from customers every single day. Often, these reviews are some of the first search results that pop up when a new customer begins … [Continue reading]