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Do you love food, photography and social media? Are you a food blogger, food instagrammer, food photographer or content creator eager to hone your creative craft and leverage your social media presence? Then the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE podcast is for you! Join your host food photographer, stylist and educator Kimberly Espinel from The Little Plantation as she shares her expertise AND interviews inspirational guests for practical tips and invaluable insight into building, growing and monetising y ...
 
Le podcast des blogueurs et influenceurs. Chaque semaine, Xavier Berthier discute pendant 45 minutes à 1 heure avec les blogueurs et influenceurs les plus inspirants pour tout savoir de leur vie, coulisses et conseils de ce nouveau métier qui en fait rêver plus d'un.
 
PowerCoupleCritics. My Husband and I are travel bloggers. Our vocation is to travel and blog about our adventures. This includes but not limited to, blogging about travel, RVliving and adventures through social media. Instagram:powercouplecritics/https://www.instagram.com/Youtube:https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCPFBrE37bH6H2ahwvNBCyFA?view_as=subscriberFacebook: https://m.facebook.com/powercouplecritics/Tik ToK-http://vm.tiktok.com/JW3nGJ/
 
Your co-hosts, Tan and Amanda explore the world of Aussie (Australian) bloggers and what makes them so successful. They share their dreams, ideas, successes and challenges with Tan, Amanda and the rest of the world through the Aussie Bloggers Podcast. If you want to know how to become a successful Aussie Blogger, this is the podcast for you!
 
Want to find an audience online for your creative work? Hashtag Authentic is a weekly podcast exploring the secrets to online success for dreamers, makers and creatives. With practical tips and inspiring stories, Sara Tasker of 'Me & Orla' (Instagram: @me_and_orla) guides you through the lessons and strategies she used to grow her 300k+ audience and six-figure business online. Tune in every Wednesday for analysis and interviews with trailblazing creatives, for an insider's view of all things ...
 
When Being Cliquish® Is Good is the half talk show, half podcast for female content creators! Let’s face it, life’s already hard. And trying doing it as a woman who wears many hats; entrepreneur, wife, mom, friend, can sometimes feel pretty daunting. And when you mix in the roller coaster ride that is building an online presence and community - yikes!That’s why we aim to champion real conversations that foster community, friendship, and ultimately remind us that every woman should have her o ...
 
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In today’s solo episode (58) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE podcast, I’m sharing some thoughts on how to deal with copy cats and what to do if you think you may be copying someone else’s work. Here’s exactly what you can expect from today’s episode… I talk about the fine line between inspiration and coping I share why I believe compassion is everything…
 
In today’s episode (57) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’ve teaming up for a third year in a row with Lauren Caris, food photographer and educator at Food Photography Academy and Joanie Simon, also a food photographer, educator and host of the super popular Youtube channel, The Bite Shot. We’ve come together to look back at the biggest trends …
 
In today’s solo episode (56) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE podcast, I’m sharing more lessons I have learned on my book writing journey, focusing specifically on the final stages of creating, launching and marketing a self published book. As always I leave no stone unturned, sharing as much value with you as I possible can. Here’s exactly what you can …
 
This week on the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m speaking with Gabriel Cabrera, a Mexican Canadian photographer and art director known for his creative use of artificial light and abstract, artful food photography. We delve deep into how to stay inspired, how to evolve as a photographer and so much more! Here’s what else you can expect from today’…
 
In today’s episode (54) of the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m speaking with Joanne Molinaro, a recipe developer, food blogger, visual story teller and writer, known on social media as The Korean Vegan. Joanne shares how creating video content helped her grow her instagram audience to over 200K and her TikTok audience to over 1.1 million followers…
 
In today’s episode (53) of the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m speaking with Becky Hadeed, a food photographer, food blogger and podcast host of The Storied Recipe Podcast. In this riveting interview Becky shares her experience of having her instagram account hacked, what lessons she learned in the process and outlines what YOU need to know to sta…
 
Things We Talk About In This Episode: Multi-layered, multi-hyphenated careers and what to call yourself if you’re asked at a party Being led by curiosity, the value of deep-dive research, and the joy of starting something new Mel’s early career in the not-for-profit charity sector, and the turning point she reached that led her to galvanise a group…
 
In today’s season 5 premier episode (52) of the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m speaking with Sarah Copeland, an award-winning food writer, photographer and cookbook author, known on instagram as Edible Living. We chat about how to develop a career in food, what it was like working for Oprah, how to write great cookbooks and lots more. Here’s what…
 
Things I Talk About In This Episode: The evolving trends of Instagram How our fears and doubts stay the same, no matter how the platform evolves The risks and costs of buying too heavily into one trend Why I'm always wary of one-size-fits-all solutions online The importance of staying connected to your own creative vision and voice How to use trend…
 
Things We Talk About In This Episode: The world changed between the time Skye wrote this book and when it was published. We talk about how she faced the challenge of publishing a book about feeding the people you love, when you’re not allowed to be with them. (Spoiler alert: being apart from the people we love makes us value those times we do have …
 
In this BONUS episode (51) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m speaking with Tom Hunt, an award-winning chef, food writer, climate change activist and author of Eating for Pleasure, People & Planet. We discuss how to eat sustainability and how to make eating well delicious and affordable. Tom shares his approach to recipe development and lots m…
 
Things We Talk About In This Episode: The business idea that grew out of Maressa’s own creative slump How important it is to value creativity (Maressa says it’s the uniqueness that makes us human) even if the people around us - and society in general - don’t recognise the value The challenge of finding the balance on Instagram (and elsewhere) betwe…
 
Things We Talk About In This Episode: Why you don't need a huge audience online to be successful How to get organic reach on Instagram without having to pay for ads Photography for Instagram, and how it differs from conventional photography Pivoting your business, and why it pays to put yourself at the heart of your brand The difference between bei…
 
Things I Talk About In This Episode: Why we get tempted to make something new instead of doubling down on selling what we've already created What to do when you think you've run out of marketing ideas Why our brains like to keep us from doing things that are new The benefits of creating and selling a long-term product Lessons learned from maintaini…
 
In this BONUS episode (50) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m speaking with Haile Thomas, a 19-year-old wellness and compassion activist, CEO of The Happy Org., international speaker and cookbook author of Living Lively. Haile was recently featured by instagram, as well as Gary Vee and was invited to the White House by Michelle Obama back in 2…
 
In the ‘quarantine’ season finale (49) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m talking to Betty Binon, known on instagram as Stems & Forks. Betty is an incredibly talented food photographer, florist and food stylist as well as an insanely gifted baker. We talk about how Betty approaches her client work, where she draws inspiration from as well as w…
 
This week on the EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m answering some of YOUR most asked questions about food photography, running a creative business and finding your place on instagram. Here are the questions I address this week…. How to respond when a brand asks for your price list How to know what niche to carve out for yourself on instagram How to …
 
Things We Talk About In This Episode: Nova's career path through acting, singing and psychotherapy, and how she came to anti-racism work Nova's wedding blog and the lack of diversity in the wedding industry Nova's work educating white people about white supremacy The boundaries and safeguards Nova has to put in place due to the trauma of her work T…
 
In this week’s episode (47) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m talking to Joudie Kalla, also known as Palestine on a Plate, trained chef and home cook, artist, best selling cookbook author and activist. We talk about how her love of food led her to write two best selling books, raise money for charity and shine a light on the beautiful people …
 
In this week’s episode (46) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m talking to Viola Virtamo, photographer, graphic designer, videographer, cookbook author, visual artist and director of Dream Cozy, a publishing company based in Finland. We chat about how to establish a successful career as a photographer, how to find your style, how to curate your…
 
On this week’s episode (45) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, you’ll be listening in on another instagram mentoring session; I’m working with Trinidad and Tobago based gluten-free baker Moy Lovell who is unsure how to grow her baking business and is looking for ideas on how to use instagram and other social media platforms to help her reach more …
 
In this week’s episode (44) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m talking to Mira Manek, author and owner of the gorgeous CHAI cafe in Soho, London. We chat about Mira’s health struggles and how a return to the cooking traditions of her childhood and the principles of Ayurveda helped her on her path to recovery. Here’s what else you can expect fr…
 
Things We Talk About In This Episode: What's great, and not-so-great, about conventional art education The balance between profitability and individuality, and where mainstream advice often goes wrong Creating an online class for the first time, and building a mailing list Why it's so hard, and so important to get to grips with your own creative vo…
 
In this week’s episode (43) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m talking to Beth Kirby, award winning photographer, stylist, cook, podcaster, educator, creative business coach, entrepreneur and writer. Beth has been sharing stunning visual and written content on her blog LOCAL MILK and social media since 2012 making her the perfect person to cha…
 
In this week’s episode (42) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m talking to Sara Kiyo Popowa, artist, food photographer, author and social media influencer known on instagram as Shisodelicious. We chat about creativity, instagram and the pivotal role plant-based living plays during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond. Here’s what else you can expect …
 
In this week’s episode (41) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m talking to Carla Contreras, chef, food stylist, health coach, recipe developer and mama, better known as Chef Carla. We chat about how to plan your meals, prep, freeze, shop, cook and store your food during the quarantine period (and beyond) to minimise food waste and save money. H…
 
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