I’m going to let you in on 8 of the awesome adventures that await you at your next guest post food blog. You’ll experience a whole new world and have 8 unique experiences with 8 different bloggers.
What is a food blog guest post?
A food blog guest post is an article written by a writer for another blog, as opposed to their own.
Get Inspired by Amazing Recipes:
When you are writing for other blogs, it’s like opening up 8 different cookbooks to choose from. It can be hard to decide which recipe you want to make! But don’t worry, because there is always a way out when inspiration strikes! Just take a look at those 8 amazing recipes and pick one that catches your eye.
Connect with Other Bloggers:
One of the best things about being part of an online community is connecting with others who share similar interests. It’s so much fun to be able to share your love for food with 8 other bloggers!
Gathering information about your guest blogger’s audience and presenting them with content tailored to those needs! For example, you may offer a gluten-free variation of your recipe to the blogger who has an allergy.
The 8 steps are as follows:
- Brainstorming to come up with content, images, links, keywords and new followers for bloggers’ social media accounts
- Writing captivating headlines that will appeal to readers looking for recipes online
- Deciding on the best time of day or weekdays (e.g., Monday mornings) for publishing posts so they can reach their maximum number of views from hungry people searching for cooking inspiration all over the world! This is called “timing your posts”
- Promoting guest blog posts with 8 awesome adventures you’ll have at your next food blog guest post!
Learn new things about a food you’ve never tried before. Learning about different cultures and foods is not only fun, but it’s also educational! The next time someone invites you to try something that looks weird or exotic, don’t be afraid to say yes!
Explore the world with your taste buds instead of traveling through space or walking on water in person. Sounds good? Check out these recipes for some inspiration:
- Crispy Spiced Cauliflower Wings (Curry Tree),
- Vegan Tempeh “Egg” Benedict (Turmeric & Thyme),
- Black Bean Brownies With Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting (Columbia City Bakery), and
- Black Rice With Garlic, Mushrooms & Roasted Beets in a Coconut-Lime Sauce with toasted cashews (The Yeast Chronicles).
You’re a writer, not an advertiser.
The one thing to remember when promoting posts is that organic promotion (i.e., sharing it on social media) will take time and can be slow-going for the first few weeks, sometimes even months. Don’t force people into liking or following you; they should do so because of content quality alone .
Think about how your favorite blogger would promote their own work instead of copying someone else’s style and strategy. You may want to share pictures from other bloggers’ blogs who are featured in this article if possible but don’t plagiarize anyone’s content.