Anyone who's ever tried to start a food blog can tell you it's a laborious task. Although blogging can be fun and cathartic, it can definitely take up a lot of your time and energy. If you're going to invest so much of yourself in this type of project you'll want to pick up a few tricks of the trade.
Luckily, Jason Miller over at Linked In Marketing Soultions Blog has given the world a visual guide about what it takes to have a successful blog. In an infographic titled A Well-Balanced Blog, Miller uses food analogies to illustrate the essential 'ingredients' of any blog - food or otherwise.
Here's what he says about the infographic:
"My hope is that this infographic will inspire you to mix up the content on your blog by including some meaty posts, a side of vegetables, a serving of whole grains, a condiment or two, and everyone once in a while a sweet dessert."
Take a look below to find out how to start the blog of your dreams or take your existing blog to new heights:
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