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Learn From Your Fans' Struggles

I recently interviewed Taylor Dawson on the Makin' Bacon Podcast and this quote of his really resonated with me.

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"The person whose home he had gone to was so frustrated that she literally left the kitchen in tears because she was already a step or two behind." - Taylor Dawson

Coming face to face with people trying to follow our recipes or courses can be an eye opening experience.

We take our knowledge for granted and often forget that others are at different points in their cooking journeys. They might not know as much, go as fast, or be as confident as we are. The more interactions we have with our Fans the better we will be able to serve them.

How can you work side by side with your Fans, even in a virtual space? Let me know in the Makin Bacon Facebook Group or the comments below.

Go more in depth on understanding your audience in my interview with Taylor Dawson, founder of @cookwithchibo.

If you want to read some more about this, here are a few helpful links.

Do you have some traffic and fans but you're not making as much money as you would like? It's time to take back control of your blog, diversify your income stream, and start moving forward again. And this FREE food blogging video course is exactly what you need to get you there.

How do you approach this? Let me know in the Makin Bacon Facebook Group or the comments below.

Jason logsdon headshot Hi, I'm Jason Logsdon! I'm an adventurous home cook and the head writer and photographer for Amazing Food Made Easy. I grew my income to 6-figures by focusing on serving my Fans by providing massive value, and I want to help you do the same.

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