Introducing Food Blogger Pro Coaching Calls

We have some exciting news for the Food Blogger Pro community today! We are officially launching brand new Coaching Calls with Bjork this month! 🎉

What exactly are these Coaching Calls? So glad you asked!

In this post, we’ll dive into what the Coaching Calls are, how they’ll work, and how to get registered for the chance to participate!

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WP Tasty is Now Part of the Strategy11 Family

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Hi there! Bjork here.

A little over six years ago, we started working on the businesses you’ve come to know as WP Tasty and Nutrifox. 

We were building some custom plugins for our own site, Pinch of Yum, and thought that other bloggers might find these plugins valuable as well, so we started WP Tasty to offer them for sale.

Within a few years, hundreds of publishers a month were signing up to use WP Tasty plugins on their sites and use Nutrifox to analyze their ingredients and generate nutrition labels.

As these businesses and products have grown, we came to realize that the best home for these products would be with a company that focuses entirely on WordPress plugins and software development, so we started to look for potential acquirers who could dedicate the time and resources needed to continue developing and evolving the products.

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Meet the Food Blogger Pro Team

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Today’s post is a little bit different, and that’s because it’s an inside look at all the lovely people that help run Food Blogger Pro each and every day!

Chances are you might have interacted with some (or all!) of us somewhere or another on Food Blogger Pro, but we wanted to officially introduce ourselves in this post.

All of us that you see here are part of Team Food Blogger Pro, but we’re also part of TinyBit, the parent company in our family of businesses. Every member of our team helps keep Food Blogger Pro running smoothly, and we’re so grateful for every single one of them. 😊

Let’s jump into the introductions, shall we?

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Meet the Food Blogger Pro Experts

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Psst… did you know that Food Blogger Pro members get exclusive access to experts in the field of recipe SEO, WordPress, Pinterest, email marketing, and more?

It’s true! We work with an incredible group of experts (who we like to call the Food Blogger Pro Experts) who help answer member questions in the forum, participate in Live Q&As, and contribute to our courses.

And honestly, Food Blogger Pro wouldn’t be what it is today without our wonderful experts, so we wanted to give you a chance to get to know each of them in today’s post.

Without further ado, let’s get into the introductions!

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Introducing: The Member Directory!

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I know we introduced our Study Halls just last week, but since we were on a roll, we decided to launch something else this week!

Introducing: The Food Blogger Pro Member Directory! 🥳

Starting this week, members can use this directory to search for and connect with their fellow Food Blogger Pro members and experts. You can search for members by niche, location, name, and blog name!

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Our Membership Site Migration from ExpressionEngine to WordPress: Discovery

Webster’s Dictionary defines Discovery as…

Just kidding. 😊Hi! And welcome to Part 2 of our blog series on Food Blogger Pro’s migration to WordPress. 

If you want to get caught up, be sure to check out Part 1 here to learn more about our decision to move from ExpressionEngine to WordPress. 

Today we’re talking about Discovery. Aka. The first step in our five-part migration process!

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Our Membership Site Migration from ExpressionEngine to WordPress

Hello hello hello! And welcome to our part one of our four-part blog series on Food Blogger Pro’s migration to WordPress!

Well…let’s back up.

If you’ve been around Food Blogger Pro for at least a few months, you’ll know that we recently moved our entire site from a CMS (that’s customer management system) called ExpressionEngine to the CMS we all know and love, WordPress.

This was a huge project that we’ve been chipping away at for years. Since we relaunched Food Blogger Pro on WordPress in April, we’re ready to share our story with you, our lovely readers!

Over the next four blog posts, we’ll publish the story of how we went from saying, “Man, it would be great to run Food Blogger Pro on WordPress one day,” to having a stable, thriving WordPress-based membership site. We’ll focus on the processes and systems that we used to take this project from start to finish (and beyond!).

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WordPress 5.0 Gutenberg Release – What It Means for Bloggers

Hope you’re having a rockin’ Tuesday.

We wanted to send you a quick email because we got some news from WordPress HQ today: WordPress 5.0 (aka. the Gutenberg release) will be live this Thursday, December 6.

Because most of our members are using WordPress and because this is a sizable update, we wanted to send you a couple FAQs and some quick resources that will help you out with this transition:

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WP Tasty is Hiring a Customer Success Agent!

It’s a really exciting day here at FBP & WP Tasty HQ: we’re hiring!

Our new Customer Success Agent will be joining the Food Blogger Pro / Pinch of Yum / WP Tasty family. We’re a tight-knit group that works from all across the US (and Canada!).

We’re now looking to add to our little work family again – this time to help support our WP Tasty customers.

The Customer Success Agent will own our customer service process by:

  • Responding to support requests
  • Helping our customers utilize our products to their maximum potential
  • Reporting on common issues
  • Keeping track of feature requests for our products
  • Improving our customer service process

If the above sounds like something you’d love to do, you can learn more about the position and submit an application here.

Applications are due Sunday, February 18, 2018!

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