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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, and it’s not something I hear talked about very often. ...

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 ...

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, ...

We’re big fans of both Tastespotting and Foodgawker, the so-called “food porn” sites that aggregate some of the best food photography from around the world of food blogs. The largest sites receive thousands of photo submissions per day, and with ...