How to Start a Food Blog in 20 Minutes or Less



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Learn how to create a food blog in less than 20 minutes using Wordpres, with absolutely no technical expertise.

Share all of your favorite recipes with people around the world, creating a fun and oftentimes profitable website. This requires very close to no technical expertise. I walk you through every step of the way.

This is the first step to getting your recipes on the web and searchable in Google. I don’t overcomplicate things with all sorts of technical speak. I keep it basic and simple and help you get your first recipe online in the next 20 minutes.

It’s incredibly simple. Watch the video one so you know how easy it is, then come back and go through it with me step-by-step.

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The Recipe image size is 580px by 240px

A great way to edit images is with http://www.picmonkey.com

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If you have any questions, leave them in the comments below.

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21 Comments

  1. Kristine B

    I have been wanting to start a food blog for a while now, and this step-by-step tutorial just inspired me to finally get moving. Thank you!

  2. Harbir Heer

    I  have just put up my first one on Facebook if its successful then I will do a Facebook page about it

     and my food blogs are different because I copy the photos I have taken of the food I like and putting it all into word documents one at a time .

    and I just describe why I like it and go on about some facts about it I guess and even doing some creative writing about it well on some of them.

    But I do not want anyone to copy my food blogs or creative writing!

    I don't like it when people criticise me on things that make me happy

  3. Sonia Thehedgeohg

    This did not work at all. Credit card, address, private info, no. This is bad.

  4. Brianna Liegh

    You are the best Chef Pablo! This was so helpful 🙂

  5. Ariarory

    Hello there! Thanks for the video, very informative. I have a question: what's the difference between creating your blog with bluehost or directly by wordpress? Why do you recommend using bluehost? Thanks again!

  6. Lucian Tartea

    Great video and thank you for the tips provided! I am helping my wife start her own vegan food blog and your tips are really useful. Working for her, I’ve also made an in-depth review article of the 10 best WordPress themes for food blogs and recipes websites which can be found at: http://themesrule.com/10-best-food-recipes-wordpress-themes-2016/

  7. japhet torredes

    thank you so much this is very helpful to me..i want to be a food blogger…

  8. bharat dudani

    loved it…so easy to follow
    I want to start my food blog and relate with health along with health tips…
    plz advice how can I do it

  9. Lillie Lowery

    Why do you want to start a food blog

  10. Veronicah Mulwa

    thanks for this .i want to start a food blog

  11. Tiarra Rowland

    Thank you! Very helpful, even in now in 2017 🙂

  12. Ricardo Araneta

    Thank you for creating this video, Chef. You inspired me.

  13. rohan panwar

    Hi,i also a food blogger.I have started before few days.Your video is very inspirational for me.Thanks.
    https://desikhana12.blogspot.com/2018/11/arbi-ajvai-ki-sbji.html

  14. Johnny Finesse

    So how do we make the recipes for purchase?

  15. Karien Slaven

    Most of the food blogs are boring to watch the cooks repeat themselves a dozen times

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