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Swap Recipes & Self Publish Your Own Cookbooks

Swap Recipes & Self Publish Your Own Cookbooks
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Cooking For Engineers - Step by Step Recipes and Food for the Analytically Minded Cooks.com - Recipe Search and More 10 Fresh Tips for Community Managers **This series is supported by the Social Influence System, presented by Waggener Edstrom Worldwide. To learn more visit Waggeneredstrom.com/nozombies. Most community managers are well-versed in the basics of social media engagement. We all know how to deal with trolls and how to create conversations. Here are some interesting and unorthodox bits of advice for the expert community manager — that tireless social media junkie with oodles of personality who's trying to balance marketing-driven execs with ego-tripping power users while still trying to maintain some semblance of a personal life. Community managers, feel free to chime in with your own best practices, oddball stories and lessons learned and words of wisdom for the newer folks in your ranks. 1. Community managers have to have the unflappable calm so often seen in the mothers of multiple young children. 2. 3. You're here to serve and support, not sell. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Community isn't a game of numbers. 10.

Our 14 Favorite Go-To Websites For Making Home Cooked Meals | The Financial Diet Last week, I wrote about my top 10 favorite cookbooks that have taught me to love home cooking. After posting that article we had a commenter ask us to reveal what our favorite online cooking website were, which could serve as cheap alternatives to the more expensive hard (and soft) cover cookbooks. Personally, I’ve spent a ton of time over the last couple of years perusing food blogs — some VERY fancy ones meant for far more experienced chefs than I, and some simpler ones (which are more my speed). I go weak in the knees for beautiful food photography, and I’m always intrigued to see how food bloggers use text, lighting, and unique props to make their recipes sing. Unfortunately, I do not live inside the picture-perfect world of a food blogger, and a lot of the food that Chelsea and I create doesn’t look as appetizing as the food produced by professional food bloggers — and that’s OK! Budget Bytes Some favorite recipes are: Good Cheap Eats $5 Dinner Minimalist Baker Poor Girl Eats Well

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Foodbuzz - Foodbuzz CHOW - Recipes, cooking tips, resources, and stories for people who love food 5 Unique Ways to Use Twitter for Business **This series is supported by the Social Influence System and WE twendz™ pro, presented by Waggener Edstrom Worldwide. To learn more visit Waggeneredstrom.com/nozombies. Customer service, recruiting, contests, giveaways and promotions — these are all standbys for businesses using Twitter as a medium to connect with customers and fans. Given that Twitter as a platform supports nearly limitless applications for business use, we thought it time to highlight some of the newer Twitter-for-business opportunities that aren't so obvious. From pitching your followers and rewarding Twitter loyalty, to keeping a trained eye on the Twitterverse, targeting smaller communities, and adding metadata to tweets, here are some unique ways to use Twitter in your social business strategy. 1. As part of Mountain Dew's DEWmocracy campaign, the soda company empowered Flavor Nations — fan communities for new Dew flavors — to own a flavor of soda that the company is now testing on the market. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Apt. 2B Baking Co. 101 Cookbooks - Healthy Recipe Journal delicious:days 7 redes sociales para los amantes de la gastronomía y el vino | The Gourmet Journal Ya sabíamos que las redes sociales eran importantes para los restaurantes, pero, además de las redes sociales más genéricas como puede ser Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare o el ya mencionado Pinterest podemos encontrar infinidad de redes sociales más especializadas para la gastronomía o el vino. Aquí vamos a ver algunas que están en español: Redes sociales de Gastronomía Yelp Yelp tiene cierto parecido a Foursquare pero mucho más especializada en restaurantes y lugares de ocio. En Estados Unidos es muy popular y en España lleva desde principios del 2011. Wikitapas La red social de las tapas. Petitchef Una red social de recetas donde las recetas se pueden agrupar en menús, y tenemos el menú del día con el que nos podemos aventurar si nos apetece. Clubkviar Redes Sociales sobre el Vino Vinthink Una red social para los amantes del vino, en su web podemos ver el siguiente vídeo para explicarnos sus beneficios y como funciona. Uvinum Vinos y Recetas Encuentra todos los artículos sobre Redes, aquí.

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