All posts by "Malcolm Bedell"

Malcolm is one-half of the blogging team at From Away, an Alexa-ranked top 100k most trafficked website about cooking, eating, and food culture in Maine. A social media marketing strategist by day, his food writing and photography has been featured in Bon Appetit, LA Weekly, The Guardian, Serious Eats, and the Huffington Post. Want to read more? Be sure to check out his other sites, Spork & Barrel and Eat More Tacos.

When composing a blog post recently, I caught myself doing something that I’m kind of embarrassed to talk about. But I think it affects all aspiring food bloggers, sooner or later, ...

There’s a little theory we’ve been working on, which you can feel free to either test out, or disregard completely. I’m just going to come out and say it: Consider ...

Instagram has emerged as another important social media platform for food bloggers who are trying to expand their sphere of influence and their number of readers. Unlike the kind of ...

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 ...

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 ...

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) ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

If you’ve spent any time submitting your gorgeous food photos to the various so-called “food porn” sites, you may have noticed that there are just a couple of big players, ...