Turns out, after nine years of food blogging, I have something to say on the subject. Hopefully the food bloggers among you will find this helpful. Having a food blog means having a pact with your readers, readers who are often bored at work or frustrated watching their kids at home and need some kind of escape. The other thing that I want to say, before I begin, is that this post is about the micro-level of blogging: individual posts. The concept?
My th Post: How To Start a Food Blog - The Amateur Gourmet
Every blogger starts somewhere, and that somewhere is a shiny, brand new website and their very first post. So you get your blog up and running. You give it a name, and you decide what you want to write about. You start writing and publishing. This is one of the biggest mistakes, hands down, that I regularly see from amateur blogs that otherwise could gain major traction.
Last Updated on May 30, by Ruchika Gupta. In this blog post, I will give you a walkthrough of Terrible yet Common Blogging Mistakes Amateur Bloggers make that hurt their blogs and profit margins. Blogging is one of the fastest-growing and viral methods of Making Money Online. People with technical or non-technical backgrounds, both are interested in starting a blog and make make money blogging. The situation is the same for years, but now with time, the rate of people starting a blog is drastically increasing.
How to protect photos you post online may be both simpler and more difficult than you realize. Are you one of those people snapping photos all the time with your phone, or perhaps a camera or tablet? Although you may think your images are amateur and simply family or travel images, you still have rights in them. You may even take a fabulous picture that you enter into a photo contest or license to your community magazine or newsletter. Then the issue of copyright may be even more important to you.