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Today we’re introducing a new series on the Chopped Podcast. The series is called Blog Talk and today specifically is this: Blog Talk: Republish Old Content. The goal of Blog Talk is to answer your behind-the-scenes questions of the business of food blogging. Read below for more information on today’s episode. If you’re into the business of blogging, you should check out my post on the Three Revenue Models for Food Bloggers or my interview with Casey of Kitchen-Play on the Business of Blogging.

Blog Talk - A Chopped Podcast Series

This week Marly introduces Blog Talk, a new series on the Chopped Podcast. And she’s got a co-host for Blog Talks. Trevor and I will be talking about your questions on food blogging. You know, the behind-the-scenes kind of questions. The questions you’d love to ask but just don’t know who to ask. Or the questions that you’re worried will sound stupid.

Rule #1 of Blog Talk: There are no stupid questions in Blog Talk.

Our goal at ChoppedCon is to help you be your best. We hope this Blog Talk: Republish Old Content episode is helpful to the important work you’re doing every day!

Now, go forth and Be Your Best You!

Featured Content – Blog Talk: Republish Old Content

Here are some of the highlights of today’s post:

  • We defined what Blog Talk is all about – answering questions about the “behind-the-scenes” business side of blogging
  • Marly and Trevor spend time discussing 4 typical questions asked by bloggers
  • The first question: I’d love to know more about updating old content. What happens on Pinterest if I remove a photo or replace it with a new one?
  • Question number two: Should I do posts for product or only if I get paid?
  • Third question: What should I make sure is in a sponsored post contract?
  • Fourth question: I’ve been blogging for awhile, how much should I continue to post?
  • Fifth/Sixth question: How many posts should I create before I make my blog public? and How do I add a ‘coming soon’ page to my blog before I launch?

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