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If you’re interested in growing your reach, creating a podcast may be a way for you to share your voice with your audience. Today I’m talking with Sonja and Alex Overheiser. In addition to creativity and content creation, we’re also discussing Podcast Tips for Food Bloggers. If you’re ready for more discussions on connecting with your audience, listen in with Bev Weidner as we discuss Establishing Your Voice or how about this discussion with Monique Volz on Creating Your Brand.
Today’s guest is Sonja and Alex Overhiser (see link below), and we’re talking about expert author of the book Think Like a Negotiator (see link below).
Just being able to create content and put yourself out there, it’s really scary; it’s really vulnerable, but there are a lot of really wonderful things about it. — Sonja Overhiser
This is an inspirational conversation about how you can develop a mission and stay true to it. You’ll also hear discussions about their podcast, why they’d developed it, and how it’s helping them stay in touch with their audience.
There are all these different approaches to blogging…and none of them are necessarily wrong. — Alex Overhiser
If you’re looking for some creative inspiration, you’ll find it in today’s discussion.
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Our goal at ChoppedCon is to help you be your best. We hope this discussion on Podcast Tips for Food Bloggers is helpful to the important work you’re doing every day!
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Featured Content – Podcast Tips for Food Bloggers
Here are some of the highlights of my discussion with Sonja and Alexa, where we discuss:
- Why Alex & Sonja started their blog
- Their journey of learning how to cook
- The mission they have to share recipes
- They also talk about the concepts of eating mindfully, a mission of their site
- How podcasting can help connect with your audience
- The technical side of recording a podcast
- Knowing which tools are required for a podcast
- Developing interviewing skills for a podcast
- The frequency of publishing their podcast
- How they re-evaluate their mission each year
- The accountability that comes between the two of them
- Alex’s thoughts on how blogs are like books
This episode on Podcast Tips for Food Bloggers includes references to some resources you might find interesting. Here they are:
- Learn more about today’s guest at A Couple Cooks and check out A Couple Cooks Podcast while you’re at it!
- Give a shout-out on Twitter and Instagram to say thanks for the Chopped Podcast interview!
- Alex mentions the Sony Mirrorless Camera
- Related Episode: Food Photography for Food Bloggers with Matt Armendariz
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- Connect with Marly: Namely Marly | Instagram | Twitter
- Production, music, graphic art & sound design by Shawn Beelman
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