Articles about New Courses
Oh hey! Guess what? It’s New Course Day!
Well, it’s Updated Course Day. But New Course Day just rolls off the tongue so much easier, right?
Regardless! We’re so super duper excited to let you know that we’ve updated our SEO for Food Blogs course, and we can’t wait for you to check it out.
Hey hey, friend!
This month was an exciting one at FBP HQ. Why? Because we published not one…but two new courses for you!
Well, newish. We refreshed two older courses: Google Analytics and Caching!
As I’m sure you’re aware, the internet changes constantly. That means our courses about blogging tools, software, and sites get out-of-date every once in a while.
We’re so excited to be updating some of those old courses to make them more helpful and current.
It’s a beautiful day in the FBP neighborhood, friends!
And that’s because…it’s new course day.
Today’s new course is an exciting one because it was your most requested course topic: Social Media Strategy!
Social media can be tough. It sometimes seems like you have to be on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter all the time, every day.
But a little strategy goes a long way. This course is structured to teach you how to create a sustainable social media strategy that keeps you and your content visible to your followers.
Woo hoo! Are you ready? It’s new course day!
I always love new course day, but I really love today’s new course.
Imagine having a tool that combines all of your social profiles, integrates with WordPress, and keeps you organized.
Sounds too good to be true, right? Wrong!
That tool is CoSchedule, and it’s the topic of July’s new Food Blogger Pro course!
Happy New Course Day! aka. one of my favorite days of the month.
If you’re new ’round these parts, welcome! We publish a brand new course for our members every single month, and this month’s new course is kinda special.
It’s a Made by FBP course where four of our team members unpacked some of the biggest questions you had about blogging. Here were the results:
Hiya, friends! Exciting day here at FBP HQ because we have a brand new mini course for ya!
If you’ve been in the food blogging niche for a while, chances are you’ve heard of Google’s Structured Data Testing Tool.
And if you’ve used Google’s Structured Data Testing tool, chances you’ve been confused by what exactly you were looking at.
Well that confusion ends today. Our Understanding the Structured Data Testing Tool mini course is live for your viewing pleasure!
It’s the first new course of 2018, and everyone here at FBP HQ is super excited about it!
Is one of your new year goals about organization and productivity? Maybe your goal is to tackle an editorial calendar, or perhaps it’s to keep all of your invoices organized in a new way.
Or maybe it’s to reach the holy grail of email organization: Inbox Zero.
Friends! It’s that time of the month again: new course time!
But first, some background. Pinch of Yum recently hit an amazing milestone on Instagram: 500,000 followers.
You read that correctly. Half of a million.
This kind of growth didn’t happen overnight. In fact, it didn’t happen over a year or two.
No, this feat happened over the course of many years. A lot of hard work, trial-and-error, and content creation went into getting the Pinch of Yum Instagram account to where it is today.
So we decided to teach you how they did it during an awesome event we held this week called, “How We Grew Our Instagram Following to 500k.”
Why I’m excited today:
- It’s almost Friday
- It’s new course day!
That’s right! There’s a brand new course hot off the presses on Food Blogger Pro, and we think you’re really going to love it.
But first, a riddle.
What do microphones, pop filters, editing software, interview guests, and scheduling apps all have in common?
They’re all essential to the podcast making process! And that’s exactly what our new course is about: recording and editing a podcast.
This week has been a bit of a whirlwind over here at FBP HQ. A super fun whirlwind.
We hosted our free One-Day Sponsored Content Bootcamp, and it gave us the opportunity to connect with bloggers who were so enthusiastic about creating awesome sponsored content.
The Bootcamp was only available to the public for 24 hours. That being said, I just published the session videos to Food Blogger Pro as our new September course!
Can I get a woot woot?
It’s new course day! And we are seriously excited.
New course days are always exciting for us at FBP HQ. We love sharing new courses that can help you grow your following, monetize your blog, and build your business.
But today, we’re even more excited about our new course because we’re rolling out a brand new type of course: Mini Courses.
Hiya! And Happy Friday, friends!
This week has been an exciting one over here at FBP HQ. We held an awesome event called the Recipe Video Bootcamp, we started revving up for our open enrollment period next week (!!!), and…
We published a new course!
For those of who missed the Bootcamp, or for those who loved it and want to watch it again, I have some good news: we uploaded the session videos as our new course this month!
Excited? We are too!
Heyo! Happy Thursday!
It’s an especially happy Thursday today because it is…drumroll, please…new course day!
We have been hard at work at FBP HQ for the past few weeks putting this course together, and we’re all really excited to share it with you today. Especially because it can help you generate some extra income from your blog.
Any guesses what it might be about?
Since you probably read the title of this article, you already know it’s about Sponsored Content!
Happy new course day, friends!
We couldn’t be more excited about this course because it’s all about maneuvering the crazy, confusing, wonderful world of recipe plugins. Woo hoo!
We are huge fans of recipe plugins over here at FBP HQ. Not only do they help your recipes stand out and look beautiful on your posts, they also help Google understand the recipes on your site.
Hi, friends! Guess what?
It’s new course day! Can I get a woot woot?
If you’ve been following along, you know that food video has been a huge focus for us in the past few months. We’ve covered the tools you’ll need, we’ve showed you how to plan your shoot, and we’ve taken you behind the scenes of a Pinch of Yum shoot.
Next comes editing. We’ve covered editing in iMovie and in Adobe Premiere Pro, but today we’re covering the editing software that the Pinch of Yum team uses every week to make their awesome recipe videos: Final Cut Pro X.