How to Become a Serious Food Blogger

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Presenting insights and opportunities of food blogging and social media to audiences ranging from food enthusiasts to emerging professionals to seasoned pros.

September 23, 2011: Techmunch Los Angeles, food trends panelist

August 6, 2011: IACP Southern California Regional Conference, producer and presenter, Careers Contacts and the Art of Reinvention

August 4, 2011: Women Create Media presenter on the business of blogging

April 29 – May 1, 2011:  Camp Blogaway Bootcamp for Food & Recipe Bloggers, a good place to learn how to better your blogging, Angelus Oaks, CA (near Big Bear).

November 7, 2010:  How To Become A Serious Food Blogger at the 2010 national conference of Women Chefs and Restaurateurs, Pasadena, CA

October 23, 2010: 2010 annual conference of Les Dames d’Escoffier on Food Pro’s Guide to Social Media Marketing, Palm Desert, CA.

January 10, 2010: How to Become A Serious Food Blogger, Let’s Get Cookin’ culinary school, Westlake Village, CA.

January 17, 2010: Online Marketing For The Internet Impaired, Fancy Food Show, San Francisco, CA.

April 2009: Online Marketing For The Internet Impaired at the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) Conference, Denver, CO.

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1 Kristen Feola November 4, 2009 at 10:13 pm

I recently found your site through Camp Blogaway. I’m just getting into the food blogging world and need some direction re: setting up a photography studio in my home. Do you recommend buying a kit or building your own studio? Thanks!
Patti comments: to be honest, most food bloggers do their photography all over their homes, depending on the best lighting for the season. I just moved my own photo spot from the front window to an upstairs bedroom now that the light has changed. Do-it-yourself is just fine.

2 rebecca October 30, 2009 at 2:53 pm

love the blog your camp sounds neat

3 Josephine October 21, 2009 at 11:38 pm

It has really been a pleasure watching this project of yours morph into A Good Thing in your life. It really grows by leaps and bounds every day, and I am really excited and truly impressed by it all. I saw links to your blog on Jen’s list twice, and I felt like I knew a celebrity. Way to go! This is really, really cool. Congrats on inspiring the world to enjoy blogging as you do.

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