Did you know 75% of the world’s food comes from only 12 plants and 5 animals species?
These are the interesting stats your readers like to know about. You can engage and entertain your food blog followers by following a few simple tips.
Let’s take a look at how to become a food blogger.
1. Choose a Memorable Blog Name
You’ll want to pick a blog name that sticks in the back of a reader’s mind. You’ll need it to roll off a person’s tongue when they say it.
So, make your blog name short and easy to pronounce.
Corresponding Domain Name
You’ll want your domain name to go like this: [yourblogname].com. This is yet another reason why your blog name should be simple and memorable.
There are domain names out there you can get for free. Or you can opt for paying $10 or so.
2. Use a Dependable Web Host
When making a website, you’ll want to be sure to find a reliable web host to store your website. A good web host will ensure your website is available to readers on a global scale.
Your web host is just that: a host. So they’ll be supporting your exposure by making your content available to readers.
3. Get Word Press
In terms of blogging software, Word Press is considered the industry standard. And it’s absolutely free.
Create a theme that resonates with the type of food you’re displaying. Get clear on what kind of feel and image you’d like your website to have and follow it through.
Inventing a Work of Art
Most people are drawn to pictures. By creating exquisites works of food art on your page, you’ll bring in more followers.
4. Offer Seasonal Blog Posts
Keeping up with seasons, holidays and significant events in your readers’ lives has its own advantages such as fostering connection and a sense of pride.
Try to incorporate as many holiday recipes into your blogging as possible. Include festive Christmas blog posts, Chanukah dishes and Halloween treats on your blogs.
5. Provide Recipes and Recommendations
Give your followers just enough to keep them coming back for more.
In other words, don’t front-load your blog with a whole bunch of tasty recipes. Scatter them evenly throughout your blogging.
Some viewers may be totally new to food blogs. And they may need more direct guidance. In these cases, you can recommend specific items to try such as an Italian Apple Tart or Divine Bovine gourmet beef jerky.
6. Monetize Your Food Blog
If you’re new to blogging, focus first on creating great content and building your following.
After that, there are a few ways you can begin to monetize your blog, including:
- Using pay per click advertising
- Positioning your ads where they’re visible but not annoying
- Entering your food into relevant foodie sites
- Keeping up appearances through regular blog postings
- Link-building to your website
How to Become a Food Blogger
Blogging is an art. And it’s an art that can be perfected with the right tricks, tips and tools.
For more helpful hints on how to become a food blogger, check us out at On Blast Blog.