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Blogging tips from Just One Cookbook after two years of food blogging, learning tips from web hosting to photography.
Growing visitors to your blog doesn’t happen over night. It requires time, hard work, media knowledge, and bit of good luck to increase traffic to your site. Beginning of Blog As I mentioned earlier, the readers and supporters of Just One Cookbook for the first 2-3 months were all our friends. Nami started sharing her […]
For a food blog, besides yummy recipes, the other important part of the post is the food photos. The saying “a picture is worth a thousand words” is especially true when it comes to presenting your tasty creations. There are quite a lot of extensive posts on food photography so I won’t go into detail […]
Along with hosting, we would like to share a few additional blogging tech tips. Content Delivery Network Once your site is pretty popular and the site contains large image files, to lessen the load on your server, I recommend using a Content Delivery Network (CDN). We’ve used Arcostream and are currently using MaxCDN due to […]
Before starting her blog, Nami shared a recipe almost everyday with friends on Facebook for about a year. The feedback she received from friends was that they liked following and trying her recipes; however, it was difficult to search recipe on Facebook. Building a Website To provide a better experience, Nami decided to build a […]
Dear Readers and Bloggers, It’s Shen here, the handyman, assistant photographer, and recipe taster behind Just One Cookbook. As of January 2013, Nami and I have been food blogging for 2 years. Even though the concept of food blogging itself is pretty simple… Make the food. Take photos. Write the recipe. Share the recipe on […]
We didn’t know anything about hosting, but we were aware of GoDaddy since their ads are everywhere. Without knowing which company to work with, we decided to go with shared hosting on Network Solutions. I believe they were one of the higher paid search results when we searched for “web hosting”. It was a hobby so […]