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Tips for working with brands as a food blogger and influencer. Learn best practices and how to negotiate contracts with legal expert, Danielle Liss.
In this episode, our guests enthusiastically give inspiration as well as actionable tips to help your blog grow as a business, and eventually transition into full-time.
This week’s episode has our hosts interviewing a big name in the food industry, Kelsey Nixon. They have an amazing discussion with Kelsey on her personal journey. We were lucky to have Kelsey as the closing keynote address speaker at Tastemaker Conference in 2018.
This podcast interview will take you on a journey of interest, science, and laughter as we discuss the history of Thermoworks, the science behind cooking thermometers, baking and cooking to temperature, and most importantly, how food bloggers and influencers can use affiliate marketing to grow their income.
Learn tips to grow your YouTube community from YouTube expert, Lisa Bryan. Lisa grew her YT following to over 100,000 in one year, and is sharing her knowledge on how to succeed on this growing video platform.
In this episode we meet with Tiffany Han, coach, writer, podcast host, and mentor. She shares her expertise on how to stand out as a brand in today’s saturated markets.
During this episode, we chat with Amber Bracegirdle, co-founder of Mediavine. We dig into what the phrase “viewability” actually means, how it relates to SEO, and how it can best serve blogs and websites who have ads placed on their sites.
Conference are essential for growing your business and expertise, however they can be a big financial investment. We provide you resources and 7 ways you can attend a conference on a budget.
In this episode of Tastemaker Conversations, Susie and Todd Bulloch of the popular food blog Hey Grill, Hey share their back story, about how and when their food blog started. They provide inspiring insight on fighting through and overcoming challenges while running their blog as a family business.