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Coming soon!!

There’s a grand total of one person working on this website right now (that’d be me, Nagi from RecipeTin Eats!). So bear with me while I gradually build the resources section of FBC. I have A LOT of information to share!

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Here’s a preview of what’s going to be in this section (I’ll update the list as I add new posts and also create a more structured index so it’s easy for you to find things):

1. How to start a food blog

2. Frequently asked questions when you’re starting out

3. Must Have plug ins

4. Promote your amazing content and grow your traffic

5. Workflow for every new post – the efficient way to create a buzz and get your content onto social media

6. Social media – how to build and utilise social media (even if you don’t have a huge following)

7. Food photography

8. MUST HAVE tools

9. Monetising your blog, including how to work with brands (not just through ad networks)

10. How to create an e-book

11. Work flow – how to work efficiently

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Comments

  1. says

    Hi Nagi,
    Thanks for the great advice! Just started my food blog and I’m always looking for tips on how to improve it. Will definitely keep checking back for more tips!

  2. says

    I’ve been trying to join the Facebook group and even filled in the form with my blog but for some reason my request is being ignored, not sure what to do?

  3. says

    Hey Nagi, Just stumbled across your awesome site. Great source of tutorials and inspiration for food bloggers. We too have a few WordPress themes (free & premium) for food bbloggers. Would love to offer those themes to your readers. Cheers

  4. says

    Thank you Nagi for accepting me into the Facebook group, I am reading all your post and finding little things that would help me with my blog.
    Of all the advice you give I love “not getting involved in blog politics” and right now I feel like that girl (mom)in the corner, with four kids it’s not the easiest thing to do but this is my dream and somehow, some way, I will make it happen.
    It might take me longer than anyone else but I will get there.
    I’m mostly sending this message to thank you for your honest advice you’ve given here.

    • Nagi says

      Hi Jehan! I’ll come and join you in the corner :) I’m so glad you joined the Facebook group, there are SO MANY friendly helpful people there! I hate politics, hated it in corporate and I won’t get involved in blogging politics. In fact, I consciously avoid it!

      See you “around!” N x

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