Food Blogger Pro: A Review
If you love food and blogging, there's no better time to be a food blogger, especially with the popularity of Pinterest and Instagram. However, food blogging is different than other types of blogging. If you need help learning how to start and grow your food blogging site, Food Blogger Pro may be just the help you need.
What Do You Get with a Food Blogger Pro Membership?
Included in your monthly membership are an active forum, videos, and a blog.
On the forum, you're free to ask questions and seek advice from others. The topics on the forum include the following:
- General Discussion
- Getting Started
- Building Traffic
- Food Photography
- Photo Editing
- Social Media
- Essential Tools
- Generating Income
- Creating an eBook
- Essential Plugins
- Guidelines and How-tos
The forums appear fairly active, with several posts and discussions posted every day. Another way to utilize the forum is to read through the archives as there is valuable information in old threads such as how to set up a recipe directory on your blog and how to drive more traffic from Pinterest.
The videos are an important learning tool and make the membership worthwhile, at least for a few months. Topics range from generating income to social media to building traffic to food photography. Each topic has several short videos. For instance, the building traffic section has 35 short videos. The food photography section has a total of 32 short videos ranging from using a DSLR camera to how to use lighting to composition.
Finally, the blog has some useful content, but honestly, of the three, the blog is the least useful. About half of the content is introductions of new members of the site. The rest of the blog posts contain helpful tips about how to earn more money to how to get the ideal search results.
How Much is Membership?
A monthly subscription to Food Blogger Pro is $29, though you can save by buying a year at a time. (You can also cancel at any time if you are not happy with your membership.)
Have you used Food Blogger Pro before? Would you recommend it?