Episode 212: Being a Cookbook Writer: How to Build a Platform

Episode 212: Being a Cookbook Writer: How to Build a Platform

Hello and welcome to another episode of the podcast – today I want to take some time to talk to you about your platform as a cookbook writer. We’ll talk about what a platform is, what a platform isn’t, and ways that you can build a platform, including a litmus test question for whether what you build or add to your platform will help you find an audience for your cookbook.

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