It’s one thing to be on Instagram, but it’s another story to use this social medial platform to grow your food blog. That’s why I reached out to Sue B. Zimmerman to talk about Instagram Strategy for Food Bloggers. Listen and read on!
Today’s guest, Sue B. Zimmerman is here talking about Instagram Strategy for Food Bloggers. That’s right. today is your chance to get your Instagram Game On! As Sue points out, food bloggers operate in a crowded space, but that doesn’t mean we have to be competitive with one another. In fact, operating in the competitive mindset can lead toward a scarcity point-of-view and this can be counterproductive.
Instead, Sue recommends finding what works for you — a sort of “Zen Spot” in your Instagram strategy. Listen to todays podcast episode for more of the tips that Sue is sharing.
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Featured Content – Instagram Strategy for Food Bloggers
Here are some of the highlights of my discussion with Sue, where we discuss:
- Learn about Sue started her consulting business
- Learn about Sue’s daughter who has a food blog and successful account on Instagram
- Sue talks about the importance of including awesome photos in your IG feed
- Sue talks about the use of hashtags to grow your following
- We talk about the importance between strategies and passion
- Sue shares her thoughts about making money online
- We talk about the importance of confidence on Instagram
- Sue talks about how she’s worked with clients to create goals for Instagram
This episode includes references to some resources you might find interesting. Here they are:
- Learn more about today’s guest, Jenn with her site, Sue B. Zimmerman and follower her on the Sue B Zimmerman YouTube Channel. You can also ask to join her Facebook Group Instagram Results
- Why not give Sue a shout-out on Twitter and Instagram to say thanks for the Chopped Podcast interview!
- Participate in Sue’s Call to Action challenge! Take a selfie, post it on Instagram, and @SueBZimmerman and @TheInstagramExpert and @ChoppedCon and use #SueBMadeMeDoIt
- Sue talks about her daughter Lila, of Fresh Fit and Fearless on Instagram and the Juice Keys Instagram accounts
- Related Episode: Check out this episode featuring Jenn Herman talking about Growing Your Instagram Following
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