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132: Perfecting Your Story and Your Brand with Laurie Buckle

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by Alexa on Jan 09, 2018 in Podcast

Why your story is important to your brand, how to figure out your brand position, and how to find information about your audience with Laurie Buckle.

Welcome to episode 132 of the Food Blogger Pro podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks with Laurie Buckle from CookIt Media about the importance of the story behind your brand.

Laurie has an acute understanding of the power of story. Your brand’s story is the reason why your brand exists, and it helps facilitate a connection with your readers that creates loyalty throughout your blogging career.

Over at CookIt Media, Laurie helps bloggers solidify their stories and brands. She believes that story is the best communication tool that you can use, and she’s here to speak about how you can discover and perfect your own brand’s story.

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131: Three Ways to Set Smarter Goals in the New Year with Bjork Ostrom

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by Alexa on Jan 02, 2018 in Podcast

Clarifying your why, finding gratitude in all things, and knowing it's possible with Bjork Ostrom.

Welcome to episode 130 of the Food Blogger Pro podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks about setting goals for the new year.

Have you ever set a goal for the new year and not followed through? We’ve all been there.

Bjork is here to help you with three mental frameworks that will help you make smarter goals and keep you motivated in the new year. Between understanding why you’re setting a specific goal to why it’s important to practice gratitude, this episode will help you strategically and intentionally create goals to help you and your business grow.

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130: Creating a Full-Time Income from Sponsored Content with Jenny Melrose

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by Alexa on Dec 26, 2017 in Podcast

Creating an avatar, securing brand sponsorships, and why you should follow-up with brands after a campaign with Jenny Melrose.

Welcome to episode 130 of the Food Blogger Pro podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks with Jenny Melrose about making the transition to being an entrepreneur, connecting with brands online, and using a website that helps you price your sponsored content.

Sponsored content is a popular way for bloggers to monetize their businesses. You partner with a brand, create posts promoting their products, and then you’re paid based on a rate you negotiate.

If it seems like a lot of work, it is. But on top of that work, how do you make sure that you’re producing content that’s of value to the brands you’re working with?

That’s where Jenny’s expertise comes in. She has cracked the code on creating awesome sponsored content that is both on-brand and useful to the companies you’re working with. Her tips on creating an avatar, staying true to your voice, and pitching the right people can all help you earn an income from sponsored content work.

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129: Forging Your Own Path with David Lebovitz

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by Alexa on Dec 19, 2017 in Podcast

How to blog while writing a cookbook, the importance of user experience, and how to approach your brand and business with David Lebovitz.

Welcome to episode 129 of the Food Blogger Pro podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks with David Lebovitz about how to develop the ability to stick with it, a lesson that helped him build his brand, and his a-typical approach to blogging analytics.

1999 was a big year for David; he left his job as a pastry chef to write his first cookbook, Room for Dessert and started a recipe blog. Little did he know that he was becoming one of the pioneers of the food blogging industry!

From there, David moved to Paris, wrote a few more cookbooks, and learned how to do what he loves while providing value to his readers. You’ll learn about his philosophy on email etiquette, his favorite social media platform, and why his blog is so important to his cookbook-writing process.

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128: Maximizing Your Blog’s Potential with Katy Widrick

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by Alexa on Dec 12, 2017 in Podcast

Important Google tools, switching to https, and how to perform effective keyword research with Katy Widrick.

Welcome to episode 128 of the Food Blogger Pro podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks with Katy Widrick from Make Media Over about marketing strategies, search engine optimization, and Google tools that can help you refine your blog.

Katy got her start in television news, but she realized that her love was actually behind-the-scenes. Content creation, writing an email newsletter, consulting, and helping others start their blogs - that’s where Katy thrives.

She started her business, Make Media Over, a managed services and consulting business, to help start-ups and developed brands with online and influencer marketing. She helps her clients understand and use marketing funnels, SEO tools, and social media platforms to grow their following and increase engagement. Learn some of her tips and tricks in this interview!

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127: How to Land a Book Deal with Maria Ribas

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by Alexa on Dec 05, 2017 in Podcast

What publishers look for when they're signing an author and how you get paid as an author with Maria Ribas.

Welcome to episode 127 of the Food Blogger Pro podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks with Maria Ribas from Cooks & Books about what you could be doing today to set you up for a future book deal.

Maria is a literary agent, which means that she represents the interest of authors in the book publishing process. She has a lot of experience working with cookbook authors, and she started a blog, Cooks & Books, to teach others what she’s learned.

This episode is perfect for the bloggers who are interested in publishing a cookbook. Maria and Bjork cover the whole book publishing process in detail, from understanding who your true fans are to figuring out how to pitch to a publisher.

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126: Fueling Your Passion with Your Day Job with Sean McCabe

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by Alexa on Nov 28, 2017 in Podcast

How to grow a sustainable, profitable, and audience-driven business with Sean McCabe.

Welcome to episode 126 of the Food Blogger Pro podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks with Sean McCabe about how to grow a sustainable, profitable, and audience-driven business.

Turning your passion into your day job. That’s the dream, right?

Not so fast. Sometimes it’s better to have a day job outside of your passions, and Sean is here to tell you why.

In addition to this lesson, Sean also explains why investing in your audience is one of the most important decisions you can make when building your business.

Learn how to grow your sustainable, profitable, and audience-driven business in this interview.

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125: Monetizing as an Entrepreneurial Chef with Shawn Wenner and Chris Hill

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by Alexa on Nov 21, 2017 in Podcast

The common characteristics of chefs, how to diversify your online income, and what it takes to make it as an entrepreneurial chef.

Welcome to episode 125 of the Food Blogger Pro podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks with Shawn Wenner and Chris Hill from Entrepreneurial Chef about the common characteristics of chefs, how to diversify your online income, and what it takes to make it as an entrepreneurial chef.

Being an entrepreneur isn’t always easy. In fact, it’s often really really tough. Especially when food is involved.

That’s why Shawn and Chris started Entrepreneurial Chef: to provide tools and resources for food entrepreneurs so that they can grow successful brands and businesses. They’ve built a brand around their own skills to help others in the food space monentize, serve customers, and pursue their dreams.

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124.5: How Two Food Blogger Pro Members are Pursuing Their Passions and Following Their Dreams

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by Alexa on Nov 16, 2017 in Podcast

How they left their full-time jobs, how they got their start blogging, and why a desire to learn is so important.

Welcome to episode 124.5 of the Food Blogger Pro podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks with Katy Keck from Palate Passion Purpose and Ben Myhre from Ramshackle Pantry.

We’re so excited about this bonus episode! Today we’re featuring two of our members: Katy Keck and Ben Myhre. They’re living the food blogging dream: blogging full-time, connecting with readers, and creating content every week.

Hear them talk about leaving their full-time jobs, growing their blogs, and more, covering the ups and downs of blog and business ownership. Plus, they share how they’ve used the fundamentals learned on Food Blogger Pro on their own blogs.

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124: How to Level Up Your Life with UJ Ramdas

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by Alexa on Nov 14, 2017 in Podcast

Why you should start gratitude journaling, the benefits of meditation, and how to cultivate awe with UJ Ramdas.

Welcome to episode 124 of the Food Blogger Pro podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks with UJ Ramdas from Intelligent Change about why you should start gratitude journaling, the benefits of meditation, and how to cultivate awe.

If you’re interested in the self-improvement space, you’ve probably read about the power of having a morning routine. That’s exactly why UJ helped start Intelligent Change and the Five Minute Journal.

The Five Minute Journal is designed to help you make positive changes in your life in just five minutes in the morning and five minutes at night. UJ believes that the Five Minute Journal is a simple way to focus on the good, become more mindful, and live with intention. Learn how you can apply the principles in your own life today.

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123: Why Every Blogger Needs to Own Their Brand with Phil Pallen

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by Alexa on Nov 07, 2017 in Podcast

Why you should consider your audience's needs above your wants, how to write a strong social media bio, and questions you can ask yourself about your brand with Phil Pallen.

Welcome to episode 123 of the Food Blogger Pro podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks with Phil Pallen about refining your brand, strengthening your social media presence, and considering your audience’s needs.

While his title is Celebrity Brand Expert, Phil says that he’s in the business of crafting first impressions.

And that’s exactly what your brand is: a reader’s first impression of you and your business.

Phil knows exactly how important a solid understanding of your brand is for your blog, and he has helped dozens of people and businesses refine their brand, create goals, and spruce up their social profiles. He’ll give you ideas about how you can fine-tune your brand so that you’re noticed and remembered.

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122: Site Speed in a Mobile-First World with Lauren Gray

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by Alexa on Oct 31, 2017 in Podcast

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Welcome to episode 122 of the Food Blogger Pro podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks with Lauren Gray from Once Coupled about mobile-first considerations, site speed recommendations, and theme frameworks.

Mobile-first, frameworks, photo size, https…you’ve probably heard these terms in the blogging space before. And the words alone are enough to make your head spin.

Developer and Food Blogger Pro Expert Lauren Gray is a pro at helping you make these tech decisions for your blog. And while they might seem like small decisions, they really will have a big impact on your site’s usability, search engine ranking, and workflow. This episode focuses on why you should start thinking about making these decisions for your business.

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121: How to Overcome Your Failures and Find Success with Emma Chapman

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by Alexa on Oct 24, 2017 in Podcast

Finding your path, starting new ventures, and solidifying your brand with Emma Chapman from A Beautiful Mess.

Welcome to episode 121 of the Food Blogger Pro podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks with Emma Chapman from A Beautiful Mess about starting new ventures, solidifying your brand, and finding your path.

Blogging and business ownership wasn’t always one of Emma’s goals. In fact, right after college, she decided to move to Hollywood to start an acting career. When that career path didn’t work out, she didn’t give up; instead she changed her focus and worked to build a job she loves.

Now as Founder & CEO of A Beautiful Mess, Emma focuses on building brands, creating apps, writing books, and producing content. Learn how she shaped her career after starting in a place of uncertainty.

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120: How to Shape Your Own Career Destiny with Dorie Clark

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by Alexa on Oct 17, 2017 in Podcast

How to reinvent yourself, become an authority figure, and invest in your business with Dorie Clark.

Welcome to episode 120 of the Food Blogger Pro podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks with Dorie Clark about her new book, Entrepreneurial You.

Becoming an entrepreneur and working on your side gig can be tough, but by understanding and applying a few different strategies, you can build the business you dream of.

Dorie’s new book Entrepreneurial You is a “blueprint for professional independence.” In it, she talks about just how important it is to have a strong brand when you’re building a business, how to become an expert and be trusted, and how that can help you sell your products and services. This podcast episode dives deep into the principles Dorie teaches in her book and shows you how you can take action on developing your business today.

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119: How an Accidental Entrepreneur went from $0 to $80,000 in Five Months with Brian Gardner

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by Alexa on Oct 10, 2017 in Podcast

How to deal with competition, the benefits of using a framework, and how to practice minimalism with Brian Gardner.

Welcome to episode 119 of the Food Blogger Pro podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks with Brian Gardner from StudioPress about building his business, dealing with competition, and practicing minimalism.

Brian was the pioneer of premium WordPress themes, and it happened a bit by accident. He was balancing a full-time job and his WordPress theme business at the same time. But once he realized that it would be “financially irresponsible” to work both jobs, he decided to jump head-first into his WordPress business.

From there Brian built StudioPress, which powers over 500,000 WordPress sites with its Genesis Framework. Learn how he dealt with competition, how he built his business, and why it’s helpful to use a framework and child theme for your blog.

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