[Thoughts on the Table – 18] The Tough Life of Food Bloggers

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In this new episode, Manu reveals many interesting facts about herself as a food blogger. How does she manage to conceptualize new dishes while maintaining a production volume of 3 recipes per week? How important is good food photography in attracting readers? Is she a victim of plagiarism? What are her methods to attract visitors and turn them into followers?

For more blogging tips from Manu, check out her website’s new blogging tips section. You can also contact Manu directly at info@manusmenu.com.


6 thoughts on “[Thoughts on the Table – 18] The Tough Life of Food Bloggers”

  1. Another great podcast!!! And Manu is really a great blogger! And of course, you Paolo are doing an amazing job with these podcasts and everything else to get people to know better about italian food, the real one.
    Before starting a blog I thought it would be easier and that I could manage to have 3 jobs (family, office and blog), but after a month I realized how hard is this work, and how many things you have to manage, good content, good pictures, manage troubleshooting with the blog infrastructure… so that really a full time job as Manu said in the podcast.
    I hope one day to have the time Manu has, to post at least twice a month! πŸ˜‰
    Keep up the good work, both of you!

    1. Ciao Ilaria!!! Grazie mille! If I had a job besides my "blogging job" I would NEVER be able to do what I do – not with the same frequency of posting! πŸ˜‰ It is a lot of work! <3

  2. Ciao! Love this podcast of my two favourite food bloggers together! Keep getting great recipes from the pair of you. The latest I took from Manu (2 days ago) is a chocolate mousse without eggs nor cream which I used for my son's birthday cake and it became a favourite at once. Thank you both!

    1. Ohhh Marta!!! Thank You! I am so happy you like our work and I am even happier that you liked my chocolate mousse!!! Thank you so much for listening and letting me know! Have a great day!

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