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Episode Info: How recipe copyrighting works, important parts of a food photograph, how to find your photography style, and new content on Food Blogger Pro. ----- Welcome to episode 216 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, we talk about whether or not recipes are copyrightable, how to incorporate layers into your food photography, and some of the new resources we have for food bloggers on Food Blogger Pro. Content  We’d go so far to say that content is the bread and butter of food blogs. If you look at all the techy stuff, the SEO, the plugins, the monetization…content is at the core of it all. And that’s our focus for today! First, you’ll hear from Danielle, our incredible Legal Expert here at Food Blogger Pro, and she talks all about recipe copyrighting and how to properly give credit to other content creators. We get asked questions about this all the time in the Food Blogger Pro forums, and Danielle makes it easy to understand and implement. Next up: Lindsay! And because we focus on food and we eat with our eyes, photography is a huge, important part of the content creation equation. She talks about styling, layering, and her approach to photography in this episode. And last: Alexa. You’ll hear a quick update about some of the new content we’ve recently published to Food Blogger Pro for our members. We talk about a recent Q&A, new tools we’re using, new courses we’re planning, and more. It’s a great episode, and our goal is that it helps you streamline your content creation process and helps eliminate some questions you might have around creating content for your food blog. Enjoy! In this episode, you’ll learn: What parts of your blog posts are copyrightable What you can do if you find a copy of one of your recipes online What a DMCA takedown notice is The right way to give credit to another recipe when you were “inspired by” it Important parts of a food photograph How layers work in food photography How to find your photography style Some of the new content we’ve published on Food Blogger Pro Resources: Foodimentary Thug Kitchen Pinch of Yum’s Buffalo Cauliflower Tacos Businessese Liss Legal Timeular Slack Google Search Console If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to
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