blogger, Writer, and starter in Minnesota
Greetings, I’m Harley. I’m a blogger living in Minnesota. I am a fan of food, blogging, and DIY. I’m also interested in cooking and blog. You can read my articles with a click on the button above.
Would you like to start your own food blog? We have developed a full guide on how to set up your own full-fledged food blog. This guide was developed by non-technical people to show you how you go about creating your own food blog. We all know how difficult it can be to create something you have never done before.
All you want to do is create recipes and write them down so people can read them. Well then, our step by step guide has been written just for you.
We make it as easy as possible for you to understand. You don’t have to technically inclined. This does it yourself guide on how to set up a cuisine blog without any technical knowledge. We even added images and videos for people like us.
We have 7 Step guides in setting up your first food blog
1. Registering your food blog domain
2. Finding a reliable host
3. A guide on how to install WordPress
4. A guide on how to install a Food Blog Theme
5. Setting up some technical information
6. Installing Plugins (don’t worry will explain in our food blog guide)
7. And how to start writing and uploading your first recipe.
There are many reasons why you may want a blog. Maybe you want to talk about things that happen to you, maybe you would like to improve your writing skills, maybe you want a place where you can upload your food recipes. Statistics have shown that almost 5 million pages of content are uploaded to the internet on a daily basis.
Blogging enables businesses to attract visitors and reach people that may be looking for your services or products. By blogging you can promote your business without actually trying to sell something. Blogging also helps a website to reach authority. Google notice when your site is growing. So, when you upload a blog article, Google notice that the blog is growing and thus improves the authority of the website. With a blog, you create an engagement and rapport with customers. Normally they are able to communicate using blog comments and you can answers questions they may have. With food bloggers, this works on the same basis. The reader will comment on the recipe and will provide negative and positive message which you can then answer. Other readers may read this also add their own comment or guidance. All of this helps with building up blog authority.