Are you thinking of starting a food blog? If so, you're in luck! There are tons of great resources out there that can help you get started. In this blog post, we will share some of our favorite food blogger resources with you. From helpful tips to awesome tools, we have got you covered! So what are you waiting for? Start reading and start blogging!
Why Start a Food Blog?
A food blog is one of the most popular blog niches, and for good reason! Food bloggers are usually top of the list of blog niches making a good amount of income. They are also a really great way to share your love of food.
The Best Food Blogger Resources
There are a lot of amazing tools and resources out there for bloggers, but for this post, I wanted to round up food blog resources only just for my food bloggers!
1) Will Write For Food
If you want to improve your writing as a food blogger and write better recipes, Will Write For Food is a must-read. I can't recommend this book enough to any aspiring food blogger!
2) Tasty Food Photography eBook
A good food blog makes the visuals a priority! Photography is so important for any blog niche but especially a food blog. Pinch of Yum has created the Tasty Food Photography eBook to help you improve your food photography. Over 13,000 people have already grabbed this incredible resource!
3) SEO for Food Bloggers
We talk about SEO a lot on the blog, and being a food blogger is no exception. Learning SEO and understanding it is a powerful tool for any blogger. You'll be able to learn SEO strategies and tactics to drive more organic traffic to your blog with the SEO for Food Bloggers eBook.
4) Food Blogger Pro
Food Blogger Pro is an incredible resource for food bloggers. It is run by the food bloggers behind the popular Pinch of Yum food blog. They have a podcast, membership, and blog – all dedicated to helping other food bloggers grow their business.
5) Food Bloggers of Canada
If you are a Canadian food blogger, make sure to check out Food Bloggers of Canada. They are a fantastic resource for Canadian food bloggers with an active community, membership, and a website filled with helpful info.
6) Food Gawker
Want to get more eyes on your new recipe and blog post? Share it on Food Gawker.
You might need some stock photography for your website, and Foodiesfeed is a great choice just for food bloggers. Best of all? It's a free stock photo resource.
8) Eat Blog Talk Podcast
The best podcast for food bloggers is the Eat Blog Talk podcast. You'll hear from successful food bloggers and learn the best tips and tricks for growing your own food blog.
9) Cooking with Keywords Course
If you struggle with finding the right keywords to improve your SEO strategy, this is the course for you! Cooking with Keywords is the most comprehensive keyword research course just for food bloggers.
10) Best Ever Backdrops
We already covered how important photography is for food bloggers, and having the perfect photo backdrop is important. Best Ever Backdrops was created specifically with food bloggers in mind and have many options for creating that perfect food photography look.
11) Create by Mediavine
Create by Mediavine is a great WordPress plug-in to use on your food blog to improve how your recipes look in Google and other search engines.
12) WP Recipe Maker
Want to improve the look of your recipes within your blog post? The WP Recipe Maker plug-in is a popular choice for food bloggers, and it's so customizable.
13) PLR Content for Your Food Blog
Sometimes you might need to take a break from recipe development, and that's where PLR content can come in to save the day! PLR stands for private label rights, and yes, you can buy PLR recipes and content for your food blog. Some of the most popular choices for quality are Kitchen Bloggers, Food Blog PLR, Tasty PLR, Content for Food Bloggers, and PLR for Food Bloggers.
If you are a food blogger, I hope you found these resources helpful! Whether you are starting a new food blog or are a pro food blogger, these food blog resources will help you out. If you have any other favorite resources for food bloggers, please share them in the comments below.