We want to hear from you!
When we launched our first “Call for Content” and subsequent content vote earlier this year for the IFBC, we gained valuable insight into what bloggers want to hear, learn and take away from the conference; and this year’s agenda is a reflection of those requests. We also learned food blogging is dynamic, diverse and full of hot topics. So, we’re going to once again ask for your input for our newest #IFBC17 panel.
“The Hot Topics in Food Blogging” panel, designed as a Q&A discussion, will be held as an all-conference, closing panel. We’ve lined up some of the industry’s top food bloggers to specifically answer your most pressing questions. Sacramento Bloggers’ Margaret Andrews will field your questions to our esteemed guests: Stephen Chavez, from the LatinoFoodie; Sabrina Snyder, of Dinner Then Dessert; and Maggie Zhu, with the Omnivore’s Cookbook. (Read more about our speakers here.)
What “hot topics in food blogging” should our panelists address? Let us know and we’ll add them to the discussion. You can leave a comment on this post or send them directly to us via email. Topics can range from plagiarism to monetization networks, or from reducing food waste to creating recipes that do (or don’t) work for specialized diets. Or perhaps you’d like to know more about how to fit blogging into your work-full-time or take-care-of-the-kids lifestyle, or even whether or not it’s okay to address controversy on your blogs? You tell us! We will share the topics you generate with our panel, so please suggest as many as you wish. We look forward to hearing from you and from this exciting panel!