Guest blogging is a great way to expand your reach. The key is to find blogs that are on topic, but not too familiar with your blog’s subject matter. The Foodie Perspective has been doing just that for the past few months and have recently started opening themselves up as a guest blogger. Check out their recent article about Health Conscious Guest Blogging: The Foodie Perspective.
The Foodie Perspective is a guest post food blog that has been active for the past few months. The key is to find blogs that are related enough to your work and audience, but not too familiar with your subject matter so you can bring fresh ideas and content into the mix! You never know what opportunities may arise from these collaborations like readers who found out about us through our recent article submission! We’re excited for The Foodie Perspective’s success as a guest blogger and are looking forward to what they come up with next.
Health conscious guest blogging is a great way to get your name out there and share the foods you love with others, but it’s not for everyone. The following are some things to consider before accepting any offer that comes your way.
Know the audience’s expectations
You want to know what type of audience will be reading your content. If you don’t have something in common with them or they’re looking for recipes that require ingredients that may not be available where you live, then this isn’t going to work well for either party involved.
Length of the post
The blog post would need to be at least 500 words long because we typically publish two posts per week on our site which means much more if you plan on doing other blogs as well. For example, if someone is doing two guest posts a week, they should have at least 1000 words. The extra content is for the post’s description which we try to keep short and sweet with links out to your social media or website below it
Include new ideas
You might want to think about what you’re willing to share. If this will be your first time writing for someone else then that means there are some things where you can’t go into too much detail. For example, if I ask you to write on how vegan food differs from regular food (because The Foodie Perspective does have a lot of meat recipes), but all you know is vegetarian fare then don’t say that because readers would just assume that was something important in order to read more. Let them come across new ideas and knowledge themselves.
The blog post would need to be published anywhere between the next day after you send it in or two weeks from then because we’re always very busy with our own posts as well. The best way to go about this is if an editor tells you which one they want first so that you can make sure your other pieces are ready for when their publication date comes up too . The sooner you turn in your post, the better off both parties are.
Some of our favorite recent articles from The Foodie Perspective:
- Health Conscious Guest Blogging: The Foodie Perspective
- Why You Should Always Be Authentic In Your Content
- How To Dessert Without Sugar?
We hope this article on health conscious guest blogging has been helpful! We would love to see more posts about food and cooking coming out soon so don’t be shy, we’re always looking for new topics and content ideas!”