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Developing your networking skills is critical for being a successful blogger. It’s not only important to be able to network with other bloggers, but also with brands. That’s why I’m talking today with Susan Palmer about improving your networking skills to work with brands. You’ll love the tips she shares and her genuine enthusiasm for being a professional food blogger!

Chopped Podcast Episode 52 - Improving Your Networking Skills to Work with Brands with Susan Palmer

Be Authentic. Be who you are...and then you'll love what you're doing. — Susan Palmer #choppedpodcast Click To Tweet You never know when something's going to hit it off and go viral with your readers. — Susan Palmer #choppedpodcast Click To Tweet

Don’t be afraid to follow-up. I follow up with every sing email that I send. — Susan Palmer

If you're wondering if you can monetize with low page views, you can. You do not have to have a million page views to make money. — Mariah Mercurio #choppedpodcast Click To Tweet

I give myself days off. Because if you’re working all the time you’re going to get burned out. — Susan Palmer

If it’s a brand you really want to work with, you can’t give up. — Susan Palmer

Our goal at ChoppedCon is to help you be your best. We hope these tips on improving your networking skills to work with brands with Susan Palmer is helpful to the important work you’re doing every day!

Now, go forth and Be Your Best You!

Featured Content – Improving Your Networking Skills to Work with Brands

Here are some of the highlights of my discussion with Susan, where we discuss:

  • Learn about why Susan started her food blog
  • Learn about the market Susan’s in
  • Susan has an online baking shop that helps her network
  • Susan talks about how she networks with brands to help her outreach
  • Susan shares how she researches the brands she wants to work with
  • Susan talks about how she tracks who she’s reaching out to
  • Susan talks about her follow-up process for brands she’s reached out to
  • Susan talk about her communication process with brands
  • We talk about sharing strategies for Pinterest
  • We talk about Susan’s editorial planning process
  • We talk about authenticity as a blogger

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