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Innovation and Online Cooking Classes with Taylor Dawson

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Today we dive into what you need to know when doing an online cooking class, why delegation is a key to growth, and how to pursue your creative vision!

As bloggers we are experts at teaching people. And one of the best ways to do that is by teaching cooking classes, but learning how to start, especially when the pandemic has pushed all classes online, can be really confusing. Luckily, today's guest, Founder of Chibo Taylor Dawson, is the perfect person to help us out.

Listen to or Watch the Interview

This episode from the Makin' Bacon Podcast podcast is available on all your favorite podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Overcast, and Google Podcasts.

The video of the interview is also available on the Makin' Bacon YouTube Channel.

About Taylor Dawson

Taylor is a self-proclaimed engineering nerd-turned-innovator and an avid home cook. He has combined these two passions together to create Chibo, a platform that makes interactive cooking instruction possible online.

Links and Mentions


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Transcription of Taylor Dawson Podcast

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Do you have some traffic and fans but you're not making as much money as you would like? It's time to take back control of your blog, diversify your income stream, and start moving forward again. And this FREE food blogging video course is exactly what you need to get you there.

How do you approach this? Let me know in the Makin Bacon Facebook Group or the comments below.


Jason logsdon headshot Hi, I'm Jason Logsdon! I'm an adventurous home cook and the head writer and photographer for Amazing Food Made Easy. I grew my income to 6-figures by focusing on serving my Fans by providing massive value, and I want to help you do the same.
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