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Essential Questions for Food & Beverages Industry
Who are the biggest food influencers?
When looking up cooking influencers on Youtube, you’d be likely to come across the following list of marketing food content creators:
TRANS7indonesia - 23 million subscribers
Tasty - 21 million subscribers
Gordonramsay - 19.2 million subscribers
Rhettandlink2 - 17.6 million subscribers
HowToBasic - 17.6 million subscribers
How do I find a food influencer?
Check competitors: look into competitors’ followers and who’s tagged them recently in posts. Your competitors can potentially lead to influencers who fit your niche. Search Google: a quick way to connect with food bloggers and potential influencers in your area is to search for local food bloggers with Google.
Who is the biggest food blogger?
As of right now, the biggest food influencers that you can find on Instagram are:
@Nusr_et - 46.7 million followers
@Buzzfeedtasty - 42.9 million followers
@Cznburak - 36.3 million followers
@Starbucks - 17.8 million followers
@Grodongram - 13.8 million follower
Can you make a living as a food blogger?
Food influencers have plenty of ways to monetize their food blogs and start earning from the recipes they generate. The most effective strategy to make money from your food blog as a cooking influencer would be to sell your own cooking products physically or digitally (recipes), as well as run ads on your site that generate income based on the number of clicks.