Mouth-watering cooking blogs are taking the Internet by storm. Zappers are blogging about everything from their favorite restaurant dishes to homemade organic recipes. Food blogs serve as creative outlets to document both trials and successes in the kitchen. Zapd makes it even easier for food enthusiasts to share their passion because a Zap can be updated instantly. Instead of relying on a computer, simply use Zapd to upload pictures and recipes straight from your phone!
The Keys to Starting a Zapd Food Blog:
A successful blog is composed of three main components: fantastic photos, solid recipes, and interesting descriptions.
There is no need to be a professional photographer in the blogging sphere. Simple cameras or cell phones have the ability to capture high-resolution images. Just double check that you are taking your photos in a well-lit area and that the flash settings are not creating a bright glare. Experiment with arranging your dish or taking pictures from different angles. A simple backdrop or table works best but you may also experiment with adding some photo filters or additional props. Use Zapd to upload your photos within 60 seconds!
The recipe component of a blog sounds simple at first. Make a list of the ingredients of a homemade dish. (Unless you don’t want to share your grandma’s award-winning pie recipe with the world.) List the ingredients in the order they are used. Organization will make your recipes straightforward and easy to replicate. Let your blog readers know if your recipe didn’t work out like you planned. Honesty is always the best policy.
You can either choose to write your food blog in a professional manner or spice it up with a little personality! Some of our favorite cooking blogs are written in a way in which the author seems like an old friend. Include restaurant reviews if you decide to compile a range of dishes from various local eateries. Add the recipes and descriptions under the uploaded photos in text boxes and publish your Zapd blog!
Remember: Zapd blogs can always be added to and edited once they are published. Most of the current Zapd food blogs are updated about once a week.
In the end, realize this– There is actually no “correct” way to maintain a food blog. These are just a few suggestions to make your blog more tempting to read. We encourage you to get your creative and cooking juices flowing! Feel free to send us your favorite Zapd food blogs on Facebook and Twitter.
The Zapd Team
Some great examples of Zapd food blogs:
Sydney Food (restaurant reviews)