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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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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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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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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 Make Money From Blogging

No one gets paid to be a blogger unless you're working for a company. No one's going to pay you to put out that blog post but there are a lot of ways you can make money from your blog. I'm going to show you several of the ones that are most effective so you can start moving forward and making additional money from your blog.

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The Secret Why Products and Services Are The Key to Serving Your Fans

It is no secret that creating products and services is a great way to grow your income, but do you know WHY that is true?

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Smartphone Apps for Food Bloggers

Almost all food bloggers have a smartphone, but almost no bloggers create custom smartphone apps to use!

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Types of Branded Merchandise Food Bloggers Can Create

Discovering how to create physical products is an amazing way to serve your fans and grow your income for your food blog. Here are several types of products you can create.

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How to Sell Custom Spices to Your Readers

Discovering how to sell custom spices on your food blog is a great way to grow your income while serving your Fans.

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Keys to Succeeding With Products and Services

Here are some of my tips for creating products and services to help ensure you will be successful serving your Fans.

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How Do You Actually Publish a Cookbook?

When bloggers first start thinking about serving their fans by creating products or services, they usually turn to a recipe book or cookbook. Here is everything you need to know to create your own.

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The Biggest Mistake Food Bloggers Make

What is the biggest mistake food bloggers make? Focusing on serving external companies instead of their Fans. I explain more about what that means and how you can avoid it.

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How to Create a Cooking Course

As you blog more and more, you will become an expert at teaching people how to successfully do the type of cooking you write about. Once you get to this point, it can be really smart to start looking at creating cooking courses. These courses are a great way to repackage your content in a new form that your Fans will love.

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Should You Self Publish a Cookbook?

Should you self publish a cookbook, or should you find a traditional publisher to do it for you? There are a lot of considerations, including financial, distribution, speed, and control.

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How to Set up a Patronage Campaign

The concept of patronage goes back thousands of years, when the elites in a society would help support artists by paying for them to work. The creations would still belong to the artists, but the patrons believed enough in the value of the work to help fund it. As more and more small, niche bloggers and artists try to make a living through their work, the patronage model has made a comeback.

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Case Study: Free Email Cooking Course

Providing a free email course is a great lead magnet to increase your newsletter signups. Here is a look at the course we ran and what our results were.

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How to Publish an Electronic Cookbook

Publishing an electronic cookbook is an amazing way to serve your fans, grow your income, and expand your brand. Here is everything you need to know about doing it.

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How to Choose a Cookbook Subject

Choosing the right subject for your cookbook is probably the most important decision you will make. Here are my tips for choosing a successful cookbook subject.

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Tools of the Trade: Threadless Artist Shops

Why should rock stars be the only ones who get amazing swag?!?! Be your own rock star! Here is how we have used Threadless to accomplish that.

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How to Create and Sell T-Shirts for Your Food Blog

A pretty easy, but often overlooked, way to make some extra money from your food blog is through selling t-shirts, mugs, bags, and other accessories. There are many ways to do this, but this article will look at using Threadless.com to create and sell them.

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How to Design and Sell a Cheat Sheet Card for a Food Blog

One of the most successful food blogger monetization strategies we implemented was to create a plastic cheat sheet that we could sell to our readers. Here is a detailed look at that process.

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The Power of Products Your Readers Need

Today I had a good reminder of the power of providing a product your readers both want and need. It was also a good reminder that your users can forget some of the things you have to offer, so reminding them occasionally isn't a bad thing!

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Physical Product Case Study: Sous Vide Timing Ruler

One of the ways we tried to better monetize our food blog was through the creation of physical products. We tried to create products that would meet their needs and make cooking easier for them. Here is one example.

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Results of a Free Email Cooking Course

Two years ago we decided to set up a free online email cooking course for our Amazing Food Made Easy website. After writing the course and implementing it as an autoresponder in MailChimp (Convert Kit would work as well) we heavily marketed it through the year. Here's a little of what we found.

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