News

Announcing the launch of Food Bloggers of Australia

Announcing the launch of Food Bloggers Australia

Announcing the launch of Food Bloggers Australia, the only national, centralised, community website for Australian food/ beverage bloggers.

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Interviews

Dianne Jacob

An interview with Dianne Jacob – Author of the food bloggers bible “Will Write for Food”

An interview with Dianne Jacob – Author of the food bloggers bible “Will Write for Food”.

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Competitions

Winners of 2014 SA Writers and Food Bloggers Australia writing competition announced

We are pleased to announce the winners of our 2014 writing competition, held in conjunction with SA Writers Centre and supported by KitchenAid Australia and Wakefield Press! We were thrilled with the enthusiastic response from entrants, and it was wonderful to see work from a range of food writers both experienced and new. So, onto the winners…. Food or Food/Travel Narrative […]

Earning an income from blogging

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How to work out your sponsored post and recipe development rates when you have no idea what to charge

Have you been asked to quote your recipe development rates and have no idea what to charge? These 3 steps will help you work out your rates & make money.

Making money from blogging - advertising networks

Making money from blogging – advertising networks

How to earn an income from your blog through advertising. We cover advertising terminology and the top ad networks for you to consider.

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Featured Food Bloggers

Daisy - Author of Never Too Sweet

Featured Food Blogger – Daisy from Never Too Sweet

Come meet Daisy Wong the author of Never Too Sweet

Keely from Gourmandize blog

Featured Food Blogger – Keely from Gormandize

Come meet Keely from Gormandize – our featured food blogger for June!

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Bloggers Toolkit

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So You’ve Been Invited on a Media Famil! (Part 1)

It is hugely exciting to be invited to take part in a media famil, especially if it involves international travel.  An invitation like that is an acknowledgement that all of your hard work has been noticed and that you are thought to have some influence. While your hosts want you to have fun and enjoy […]

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Writing Tips

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Writing tips – Putting the Apostrophe in its Place

All bloggers know just how much work goes into producing each and every post and many of us spend a great deal of time, effort and (often) money on our photographic efforts, but creating well written and engaging content is every bit as important to the end result.  Not all of us are born great […]

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Blogging 101

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Promoting your food blog – 17 alternatives to Foodgawker and Tastespotting

Did you know there are alternatives to Foodgakwer and Tastespotting? We share with you 17 of the best.

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Media Kit 101

What is a media kit, why you need one and how to write one. Essential tips for bloggers

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Social Media

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Google+ communities – we introduce you to this new Google+ feature

Late last week Google+ launched a new feature called Communities. We give you the run down on this new feature and how to use it.

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Pinterest business accounts

We all know and love Pinterest, but did you know they recently introduced business accounts?

Social Networking

Food Blogging and Social Media

6 tips for dealing with Social Media.

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Photography

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Smart Phone Photography

We are not all born brilliant food photographers; it is a skill that needs time, practice and some relatively expensive equipment – or does it?

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Technology

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Using your iPad (or tablet) in the Kitchen

There are good reasons for arguing that the kitchen should have it’s own dedicated iPad or tablet, for both the food blogger and the rest of the family.

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