Hey hey! 👋 Leslie here from Team FBP with some ultra-exciting news.
We just hit publish on a brand-new course all about one of the most popular social media platforms — TikTok!
This WordPress block allows you to easily add FAQs (or questions and answers) to your blog posts and pages.
We’ve gotten a lot of questions about the FAQ block on the Food Blogger Pro forums over these past few months, so this blog post will serve as a handy-dandy deep-dive into the ins and outs of using this helpful feature.
If you’ve been blogging for a while, chances are you’ve experienced burnout.
Because when you’re living that solopreneur life, the process of starting and growing your blog can get overwhelming. The countless tasks, to-dos, and responsibilities can really add up over time, leading to a sense of fatigue and overwhelm.
And when those feelings of burnout hit, it can feel really easy to throw in the towel and get discouraged.
Friends! It’s officially summer! 🎉
Well, sort of. The official first day of summer isn’t until June 20, but in my eyes, the start of June always signifies the beginning of copious amounts of summer produce, bottomless tropical cocktails, and long sunny days.
Does it get any better?!
But you know what a new month means: new trends in the food blogosphere! Here’s what is happening in June:
Happy new course day, friends!
Well, I suppose it’s more accurate to say happy updated course day. But what an exciting day it is! 🎉
We couldn’t be more excited about our ✨ new and improved ✨ Understanding Recipe Plugins course because it’s all about maneuvering the crazy, confusing, wonderful world of recipe plugins.
If you’ve started your blog from scratch, you’re a CEO. Did you know that?
It’s one of those things that’s kind of obvious, but we don’t think about it much because it’s… intimidating? Scary? Official? All of the above?
But it’s true. And you’ve probably spent countless hours, days, weekends, and years DIYing it all, creating content, photographing recipes, searching for keywords, responding to comments, and sharing your recipes on social media.
And if you’re making money, working with sponsors, running ads, selling products, and/or joining affiliate programs, your blog is a business.
So let me ask you this: are you treating it that way?
To achieve serious blog growth (both in traffic and in income), you should be.
Can someone please tell me how in the world it’s May already?! I feel like I was just writing about Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Resolution trends.
The coronavirus has influenced the food blogging industry in some interesting ways this year, and here’s what’s trending in food blogging in May 2020:
Hey hey, friends! Do you love GIFs as much as I do?
If so, today’s your lucky day because we have a ✨ brand new course ✨ available for our FBP members all about Making Your Own GIFs for Instagram!