Food blogging

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Food blogging represents a complex interweaving of “foodie” or gourmet interest in cooking with those of blog writing and photography. The majority of blogs use pictures taken by the author himself/herself and some of them focus specifically on food photography.[1] These blogs can be monetised by the blog creators for profit.[2]

There are different types of Food blogging .1)Writing about food recipes 2)Reviewing food at different places or different Restaurants 3)Food and Travel ethics 4)Aesthetics concerns such as food styling and photography.[3]As long as it is about food it is considered as food blog. Most often a food blog has overlapping elements of all or some of these elements. A blog is a personal journal and there is no real rule of writing a food blog.Things that you need to get started with Food Blogging: 1) Select your platform where you want to write your blog. It can be Wordpress, Bloggers, Tumblr, Medium. You can either for their free version or pay and choose your own domain name 2)Select the name of your blog and give it an identity 3)Select the theme, look and feel 4)Start making content 5)Make your blog search engine optimise 6)Promote your blog on Social Media.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cox, Andrew M. (2011). "Information and food blogging as serious leisure" (PDF). Aslib Proceedings. 63 (2/3): 204–220. ISSN 0001-253X. Retrieved 2 December 2016. 
  2. ^ How To Monetize A Food Blog • A Sweet Pea Chef, retrieved 2017-04-07 
  3. ^ Lofgren, Jennifer (2013-06-24). "Food Blogging and Food-related Media Convergence". M/C Journal. 16 (3).