Food Blog Ghostwriting

Welcome! You’ve landed here, which means you’re interested in hiring me as your ghostwriter or you want to learn more about what that means. Either way, here’s the scoop.

I have the opportunity to combine my love of writing and my love of food in a way that helps food bloggers publish quality written content that ranks. My clients are then able to publish consistently and captivate a larger audience. By outsourcing the blog writing portion of their business, they’re left with more time to focus on other areas.

Not many people know what goes on behind the scenes of running a food blog. The recipe development, the testing and retesting, the photography and videography, the website maintenance, the social media post scheduling and engagement, and so much more.

All of this is to provide your audience with FREE, mouthwatering recipes!  

You do all of that because you love it but c’mon you also need to get paid.  At a certain point in your blog’s growth, you come to realize it’s getting too big for you to do all on your own but to maximize your revenue you need to get all the things done, and then some.  

This is when it’s time to start delegating and outsourcing certain tasks so you can focus on the other areas it takes to run a blog. One of these tasks, especially if you don’t find writing about sourdough bread and pumpkin pie as exciting as I do, is writing the content and copy for your recipes. Hiring a ghostwriter to write blog posts for you can save you loads of time and energy. 

Click the button below to learn a little more about who I am and if you think we’d work well together, then you should hire me to take that one extra thing off your plate!

What you get for your investment:

  • Average of 800-1000 words per post (depending on the topic)
  • 100% original content
  • Reader-friendly writing
  • Researched and formatted for SEO
  • Posts added and formatted to your WordPress site
  • Editing and proofreading
  • Reliable, professional, and courteous service

Starting at $85 (up to 1200 words)

Starting at $100 (up to 1200-1500 words)

What's in the body copy?

  • Intro paragraph
  • Descriptive and informative copy (2-3 paragraphs)
  • Ingredient list
  • The recipe how-to (with tips)
  • Substitutions & variations (researched)
  • How to serve (interlinking where possible)
  • FAQs section
  • Tips section
  • Storing, freezing, & reheating suggestions

Will adapt the post layout to your blog’s template or current format.