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Don't Fear Live Video with Kathy Hester

Today, we dive deep into going live on video, overcoming your fears, and why sometimes when things go wrong, it's just an opportunity to connect with your fans even more! One of the biggest challenges bloggers and creators have is connecting with our audiences, of letting our personality come through and making our fans feel involved. One of the best ways to do this is through video, especially live video.

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Designing Your Brand with Madison Wetherill

Today, we are going to talk with Madison Wetherill about how to find out what your audience is looking for, why great design matters, and why a brand is more than just a logo.

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Becoming a Professional Photographer with Christina Peters

Today we are talking about how to set the tone with your fans, ways bloggers can get their foot in the door, and how remote shoots can help during the pandemic

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Giving Back and Moving Your Blog Forward with Annelies Zijderveld

Today, we talk with Annelies Zijderveld about the hardest part of writing cookbooks, how to pitch brands you love, and why giving back can help you, and your community.

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Jobs Across Food with Karista Bennett

Working in food is a shared passion for most food bloggers, but this can take many forms outside of just blogging including writing cookbooks, being a chef, working with brands and teaching classes. Today's guest is going talk about some of the jobs she's done and how you might be able to get involved in them as well.

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Harnessing Authenticity and Kindness to Grow Your Brand with Jenny Melrose

When it comes to growing your blog, you simply need to connect with your audience, solve their problems, and watch the money roll in. Easy, right? We all know it's not as simple as that. And today's guest is the perfect person to help us actually accomplish our goals. Today, we talk about how to position your brand to reach your biggest fans, why kindness matters in business, and how to authentically fake it until you make it.

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10X Your Traffic with Heather Johnson

Today, we talk with Heather Johnson how to make keyword research more manageable, how niching down can actually make you more creative, and why you shouldn't fear the algorithm.

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Updating Content and Crushing Mailing Lists with Elizabeth Falcigno

No matter how long you have been blogging, you never have all the answers. This makes it incredibly valuable to talk to people who become successful using methods that are different from what you did. And that is one reason I'm so excited to talk to today's guest, Elizabeth Falcigno from The Clean Eating Couple.

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Being Creative in Uncertain Times with Abby Rike

Right now, there is a ton of uncertainty in the world that can make it really hard to go through your day-to-day lives, much less continue to create. Abby Rike is here to help you figure out how to live your life and continue moving forward.

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Create and Produce Products with Kate Hansen

Discover how you can invent and create your own products during this interview with Kate Hansen. Kate is the inventor of the Ergo Spout(R), a spout and handle for mason jars, which she launched on Kickstarter raising over $40,000 from over 1,000 backers. She shares her journey, tips and tricks she learned along the way, and talks about how food bloggers can do the same thing.

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Dominating Affiliate Links with Christen Evans, Brand Manager

Affiliate links are a great way to make money for your website and they're a good way to serve your fan's needs.  In this episode I talk to Christen Evans, who is an affiliate guru and brand manager for Apogee Agency.

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Barbara Hobart Product Creator

Barbara Hobart is a television writer/producer who has also been manufacturing and developing products since 1994. (She invented and introduced the first injection-molded decorative light switch cover to the UK.) She expanded her company, HomePlates Worldwide, and now consults with companies large and small to help strengthen brand identities and awareness through custom products.

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Mike La Charite Event Planner Interview

Mike La Charite is a sous vide cook and conference planner, and he comes on the podcast to talk about how a blogger can create and host an event, how finding partners can make all the difference, and what you can use to attract sponsors to pay for the whole thing.

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Lauren McElwain Cooking Classes and Community Building Interview

Lauren McElwain from Cooking as a First Language comes on to talk about how to host cooking classes, the challenges in growing and brand, and how cooking can bring communities together.

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Lori Rice Professional Photographer Interview

Lori Rice is a professional photographer who built up her clientele by working with brands and networking at food and blogging events. We talk about when to pivot your blog, how to price client work, tips for photographers looking to improve, and how to get the most out of conferences.

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Gary Logsdon Tribe Builder Interview

I brought Gary Logsdon from Amazing Food Made Easy on the show to talk about where he sees blogging going.

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Publishing a Cookbook with Sally Ekus, Literary Agent

There is a lot that goes into the book publishing process and my guest is Sally Ekus, a literary agent who has helped publish hundreds of cookbooks. She is here to help you figure it all out.

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How to Approach Brands for Sponsorships with Kami Kilgore

Brands can be very important to the success of many different food bloggers. However, it can be really hard to start a conversation with them. Kami Kilgore is here to help you figure out the best way to talk to these brands and break down those barriers.

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Mental Strength and Crushing it at Conferences with Kami Kilgore

In this episode, we are going to talk with Kami Kilgore from Everything Food Conference about what you can do to get the most out of conferences, how to approach and work with brands, and the importance of critically looking at the bad to move forward with the good.

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The Product Spectrum with Kate Hansen

When it comes to product creation, there is a wide spectrum of what you can do. Kate Hansen is here to help you figure out where on the spectrum you should start.

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How to Properly Disclose Affiliate Links with Christen Evans

If you use affiliate links, it's not only the right thing to do to let your readers know, it's also the law. Christen Evans is going to help you figure out the most effective way to do it.

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How to Teach Cooking Classes of Your Own with Lauren McElwain

Teaching cooking classes is a great way for food bloggers to get involved with their fans. We already know how to teach, we write recipes so people can learn how to cook the types of food that we're cooking. And using our expertise hands on, to share it with people is a great way to make some extra money, to grow your brand and to meet some interesting people in your community.

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How Can a Blogger Take Care of Themself with Lennis Perez

As a blogger we focus a lot on the tactics of becoming a successful blogger. How do you do keyword research? How do you write recipes and blog posts? How to use WordPress? We rarely focus on the mental and physical aspects of blogging, but this can be some of the most important things to becoming a successful blogger.

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How Do You Price Client Work with Lori Rice

One of the most difficult things you run into when you start working with clients, whether you're doing photography, social media consulting, or any sort of consulting work is figuring out what should you charge. A lot of things go into the pricing decision and it can be stressful not knowing if you're charging too much or not charging enough.

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