The Dish /// A Great Tool for Bloggers

When I started blogging two years ago the blogging world was in full swing, however there weren’t very many resources to help with my new endeavor. I went through months and months of trying to figure out this foreign world in which I had chosen to place myself. Where should I start, what should I write about, how do I find people to read my blog other than my Mom? As a food blogger, where do I go to find resources on the food world?

I have been recently introduced to a site called The Dish from ConAgra Foods. It’s a great site for bloggers of all types…

If you love to blog about food it has great articles to help you think ahead and plan your blogging calendar with recipes that fit the season. Like this article that I thought was great about, “What to Cook in August?” It gave great suggestions as to what fruits and veggies are in season in August so it was a great way to get my mind thinking about recipes to create for the month of August.

How great is that? Believe it or not, sometimes I wake up in the morning and have NOTHING to write about or create. It’s a total creative block, and this monthly article is a great way to get those creative juices flowing again.

Some other great articles that I just loved are the blogging articles. Here is a sample of some of the great work they have there…

Creating a blog business plan…genius! Why didn’t I think of that two years ago when I started WhipperBerry? Jodi Grundig, the blogger panelist, has some great tips and tricks when it comes to navigating the sometimes foggy world of blogging. The nice thing about Jodi’s articles is they are broken down into small bite-sized pieces. I know when I have done research about, let’s say SEO, I was immediately bogged down with the shear amount of information in the article. It was so daunting. Jodi has these little gems that help you digest the information and put it into practice without feeling overwhelmed.

Another great section of the site is First Look, First Taste. It's an exclusive area of the site for bloggers; you need to sign up with a blog URL for access. Once you're in, you have the opportunity to explore new food items and even request free samples of new products

Overall, I am very impressed with the wealth of information at The Dish and would highly recommend any blogger, regardless of experience or niche to check it out. As a matter of fact… head on over there right now, sign-up and become a member of The Dish yourself. You’ll find all kinds of little gems over there.

Guess what…as added incentive, you can win a $50 Visa gift card for checking out The Dish from ConAgra Foods. Head on over to The Dish and then return to WhipperBerry and leave a comment about your favorite article. Here are the rules…


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  1. Marcia Goss says

    I liked the article Phil’s Roundup: Summertime Means Hydration Time. It had some good ways to get the water your body needs.

  2. Betty C says

    I enjoyed reading How to Make Comfort Food Recipes Healthier. Most of it was common sense but there were a few suggestions I had overlooked.

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