What Can a Talent Agent Do For You?

Some cookbook authors and bloggers use a talent agent to help them find good-paying gigs and opportunities. This is a different service than using a literary agent, whose primary job is to land you a book deal. Do you wonder if you should have a talent agent? ...more

Nom Nom Paleo’s Social Media Success

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Snaps from our Cambodia Workshop

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5 Tips on Post-Conference Relationship Building

A guest post by Jordan Hamons I don’t like the term “networking.” It makes me think of salesmen in cheap suits trying to shake hands and sell products. It feels disingenuous and a little slimy. ButI know networking is important for my career and business, so I’ve reframed how I think about it ....more

How Much to Charge? Use this Easy Formula

A guest post by Sean Timberlake Go to any blog conference, or drop in on any online forum for bloggers and freelancers, and one question crops up again and again: How much should I charge? There’s a lot tied up in that request. As a freelance creative, determining your rate may feel a lot like […] The post How Much to Charge? ...more

18 Must-Read Links for Food Writers and Bloggers

My job is to make your life easier. Did you know that?...more

Fine Cooking Wants Pitches from Food Bloggers

A national food magazine editor said something I never thought I would hear. Jennifer Armentrout, editor of Fine Cooking...more

Grow Your Food Blog With Food Blogger Pro

If you want to start, grow or monetize your food blog, I hope you’ll consider joining a website — right now — that shows you the way: Food Blogger Pro. I’ve been a fan of Bjork and Lindsay Ostrum’s...more
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