Pinterest can seem like quite the undertaking; it seems like you have to constantly be pinning and repinning your content all day long so that its seen and shared.
Or do you? 😉
Enter: Tailwind, and our new course, Tailwind for Bloggers! 🎉
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.
2019 is certainly chugging along, and I couldn’t be more excited about these late spring / early summer trends! The sun is shining, summer is coming, and life is good. Here are some trending searches you can focus on in May:
Do you hear that?
New course day!
I hear it, too.
New course day!
NEW COURSE DAY!
Can you tell we’re just a bit excited? 😉
We published two brand new mini courses today for our members, and we can’t wait to tell you about them!
One will help you work in a more focused way, and the other one will teach you some simple ways you can add emojis to your blog posts, forum threads, and more. 💃🎉
Here are the deets:
Hello, and happy spring!
As I’m typing this, all of the windows in my apartment are open, birds are chirping, the sun is shining, and I am one happy lady. #summeriscoming
With a new season comes new trending searches, and boy oh boy are they just delightful. It’s going to be an awesome springtime, friends. 🙂 Here’s what trending in April:
Oh hey there!
Are you looking for exciting news? Because we have some exciting news.
We published two fresh-brand-spankin’-new courses for ya: Adobe Lightroom and Facebook!
That’s right; these courses are now available for all Food Blogger Pro members! Let’s dive into the topics covered in each course:
Hello, friends! Happy [almost] March!
Can you believe it? <– I feel like I start all of these posts with this line. But I feel like 2019 is flying by.
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.
We updated one of our courses this week, and we can’t wait to tell you about it!
But first, remember this? WordPress released their infamous Gutenberg update a few months ago, and it changed the way that bloggers compose posts on their sites.
Because of this update, we decided to also update something: our WordPress Deep Dive course!
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:
Schema. It’s a tough word to say, isn’t it?
It’s kind of like Bjork. You think you know how to pronounce it, but the first time you speak it out loud you find yourself doing the ole’ name + mumble combo in an effort to conceal the fact that you’re not 100% sure how to say it.
For a long time I felt the same way with my general understanding of schema. I felt like I kind of understood it, but I wasn’t 100% sure. After realizing that I wasn’t 100% sure how schema markup worked I decided to go on a schema research frenzy (like I do…).
This post is a condensed review of that research, written from a food blogging perspective.
That being said, if you’re not a food blogger you should still keep reading. Schema markup is a concept that all bloggers and website owners should understand (and implement)!
I know that a lot of you read the words “schema” and “markup” and you think “really complicated.” Thankfully that’s not the case. The good news with running a food blog is that there usually isn’t any manual coding you have to do to use schema markup on your blog.
Oh hey! Guess what? You’re getting a belated holiday gift from us today: an updated course!
One of the questions we get asked the most is, “How do I get more traffic to my blog?”
And it makes sense. Traffic is one of the core elements to building a successful, profitable blog. With traffic comes ad revenue, pageviews, sponsorships, and more, so we wanted to update one of our oldest courses to help you get a traffic boost.
That course, dear friend, is our course on Food Sharing Sites!