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Pinch of Yum Traffic and Income Report
Lindsay and Bjork are two of the most helpful food bloggers around. Period. Their blog is highly popular, and for good reason. Every month, Bjork writes a post detailing all sources of income to Pinch of Yum, as well as expenses, and calculates a net income. He offers tips and tricks in every post as to how to make money with your food blog, breaking down everything so it’s easy to understand.
You’ll find definitions of tricky web terms, screenshots of Pinch of Yum’s Google Analytics report, and more. You can also sign up for “Blogging Tips” by entering your email on the sidebar, right hand side. They send about one email per month, and respond to my questions whenever I ask.
Joy takes the mask off blogging and gives you down-to-earth tips to have fun while blogging and not drive yourself completely crazy. So far she’s written three posts on the topic that have been super helpful to me.
I’m currently using Foodie Pro with Genesis and I’m in love. My previous theme was pretty snazzy too, so I’ve linked that as well.