Why You Should Use WordPress for Your Food Blog

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When you want to start a food blog, one of the most important first decisions you need to make is which platform you’re going to use to build your blog.

If you think of your food blog like your cell phone, your blogging platform acts like an operating system (iOS, Android, etc.). You need a place for your content – your posts, your images, your pages – to live. And that place is your blogging platform (also called a Content Management System or CMS).

There are a bunch of different options available to bloggers these days, but we prefer WordPress. It’s what we use for our food blog, Pinch of Yum, and it’s actually the platform we use to run this membership site.

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The Definitive Guide to Video Sizes for Social Media (Updated for 2020)

Are you creating videos for your blog posts? If so, you probably want to share them on social media.

Videos can be shared on pretty much every social media platform, which is great for getting the most out of the videos you’re producing.

But it can also be a bit confusing because there are different recommendations for each platform. Between the videos you share on Instagram Stories and on the Facebook Feed, the recommended dimensions can vary quite a bit.

Luckily, we have your back. 😊 This post will be constantly updated with new recommendations so you can be confident you’re sharing the right kind of video to each social platform.

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New Course: Republishing Content

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Hello! Team FBP! Back with another brand new food blogging course we know you’re going to love.

One of the biggest trends in food blogging these past few months is republishing old content, i.e. taking previously published posts and making them stronger and more optimized so that they rank higher in search results and are more helpful for your readers.

That’s why we’re excited to announce the release of our new course, Republishing Content!

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Trending Now in Food Blogging – March

Hello, friends! Happy [almost] March! ☘️

March is an interesting month for search trends. It seems like there really is no rhyme or reason for some of the recipes readers are searching for in March, but with a little creativity, you can serve your readers some mouthwatering eats that are perfect for this time of year.

Ready? Let’s dive in.

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New Course: Inbox Zero for Gmail

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Oh hi! Guess what?

We have a brand new mini course that will help you manage your inbox like a pro. 💪

That’s right, friends. We refreshed our Inbox Zero for Gmail course with new strategies and tips that will help you keep your email under control.

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Trending Now in Food Blogging – February

Hello, friends! How’s it going? Can you believe January is already almost done?!

It’s amazing how fast time flies, especially when you’re planning your yearly goals for your blog. Page views, social shares, content management…it can all be a bit difficult to manage.

But, I’m here to help you out a bit with another Trending Now in Food Blogging post! For those of you who are just tuning in for the first time, these articles are designed to help you figure out what your readers want to see in the upcoming month so that you can get ahead and plan out your editorial calendar for the month.

Here’s what’s trending in February:

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