I’m going to be brutally honest here and tell you there’s a lot of crap on the interwebs that promises to teach you things you need to know to have a better, faster, more fascinating website.
There are tools you need if you’d like someone other than your mom to stop by and check out what you’re spilling.
I created this guide to share the tools I’ve used and the courses I’ve taken or are still going through.
If you click through and make a purchase, I most likely will earn a commission. If you have questions about a tool or a course, please feel free to email me and I’ll do my best to lay things out for you: send an email to [email protected]
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Search Engine Optimization Help:
RankIQ is a tool that uses AI to give you keywords that you should include in a certain post if you’d like the post to perform better in the google ecosystem.
This site uses the Feast theme and Modern Home Page plugin
Feast is really fast, which you’ll want in a theme if you’re interested in getting google traffic.
Food Blogging Articles
Blogging Courses I Have Taken and Recommend
Amy Locurto has been working with the visual search engine app since Pinterest since the early days.
As a graphic designer by trade, she creates eye catching images. Lucky for us, she creates templates for Pinterest and Facebook that we can use. (I’m an affiliate).
- How to pick the right affiliate partners for your site or platforms
- Ways to cultivate relationships with affiliate managers
- Tips for increasing sales conversions on your website
- Strategies for using email effectively
- Ways to succeed with Amazon’s affiliate program
- Tricks for using social media to generate commissions every day
- Tactics for creating your own campaigns to make thousands of dollars
Hosting Plans for New Bloggers
I’m currently with Big Scoots and I can’t say enough about their support.