BYB 018: Feature Your Foodie Posts On Menuism Blog With Kim Kohatsu

In Editor Interviews by Susan Maccarelli | | 1 Comment

In keeping with our food theme this week, we are talking to Kim Kohatsu, Managing Editor at Menuism blog.  If you are not a food blogger, don’t fear!  This is not your typical recipe blog.  Basically if you dine out (and like to eat), you’ll find something to read and possibly something you’d like to submit at Menuism Blog.

Feature Your Foodie Posts On Menuism Blog - Kim Kohatsu - If you are not a food blogger, don't fear! This is not your typical recipe blog. Basically if you dine out (and like to eat), you'll find something to read and possibly something you'd like to submit at Menuism Blog.

The interview includes

  • How Menuism Blog STANDS OUT FROM OTHER FOOD BLOGS
  • The SECTIONS AND TOPICS you can submit to and WHAT TO DO WITH A POST YOU DON’T SEE A CATEGORY FOR
  • The 2 QUALITIES Kim thinks are MOST IMPORTANT FOR A SUBMISSION
  • What PROCESS YOU SHOULD EXPECT FOR PITCHING and response
  • Whether you should SEND A COMPLETED POST OR PITCH AN IDEA
  • How Menuism feels about REPUBLISHING YOUR PIECE ELSEWHERE AFTER THEY PUBLISH IT
  • The MANY WAYS MENUISM PROMOTES to their thousands of followers
  • How you can benefit from the CONTENT PARTNERSHIPS Menuism has like HUFFINGTON POST and THE DAILY MEAL
  • Some authors whose posts you should READ ON MENUISM BEFORE YOU PITCH and the TYPES F POSTS THAT DO WELL
  • How does Kim determine whether there is an ongoing OPPORTUNITY FOR A REGULAR CONTRIBUTOR
  • What Kim wants BEYOND YOUR BLOG READERS TO DO WHEN THEY SUBMIT

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About the Author

Susan Maccarelli

Susan Maccarelli is the creator of Beyond Your Blog, a site helping bloggers successfully submit their writing for publishing opportunities beyond their personal blogs. She also offers online training and consulting to new bloggers looking for direction on submitting their writing for publication. Susan has interviewed dozens of editors from publications like The New York Times, Huffington Post, Brain, Child, Chicken Soup For The Soul, The Washington Post, and speaks at many respected writing and blogging conferences.

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