Everyone told Elissa Altman no one would read long-form food narratives online. Two memoirs and a James Beard Award later, Altman can finally say: Everyone was wrong.
Writing for blogs and social media is a whole different animal than print.
Here’s what you need to know.
“Each development of the blog happened at the point when that became the easiest way of making it do what I needed it to do.”
Can memory and stories provide missing puzzle pieces?
Zach and Clay from The Bitten Word share talk food writing, blogging, writing together and how to keep roast chicken exciting.
Hit the wall with your blog? Here are tips to get you posting again.
Knowing the blogger-brand stakes can strengthen partnerships.
Understanding online content farms can put you ahead of the selling game and out of the “tl;dr” syndrome.
Reposition yourself as a content provider and strategist. Experiment with branded material, self-publishing and information distribution, and find new platforms for your writing.
Writer Hillary Casavant shares top picks for blogs that keep her in the zone.