After living on both coasts, Indianapolis Influencer Kate Ruddell realized there’s no place like home. She moved back and took to social to show her love for Indy and answer her critics and haters who questioned why she’d ever want to return to the heartland.
With so many people now moving to Colorado, Kim Irwin of @DenverSheWrote wanted to share a local's point of view in this 10th episode of Eat.Drink.Social.
Nathan Allebach, the voice behind legacy brand Steak-Umm, joins the podcast to talk about brand voice, viral tweets, and how to get real with your audience on social.
Food: the center of everything in the world. Jimena of @CominoFoodStories shares her thoughts on storytelling in food, hospitality heroes, and the legacy of Anthony Bourdain.
Alan Cornett from @EatKentucky joins the podcast and we talk about his famous donut photo, social media supplementing blogs, and Pat's Snack Bar in Manchester, KY.
Angela Roberts of @SpinachTiger and @NashvilleFoodBuzz talks about her foray from the blogging world into the realm of beautiful food photography on Instagram. She shares how online connections have turned into real friendships and where you need to eat in Nashville right now.
Abram Bagwell of @NashvilleOnTheRocks tells us why he and his friends chose to focus their account solely on Nashville's beverage scene and their own recipes.
Lexington-based blogger Sarah Canton talks about the types of brands she likes to work with on @SpacePlaceandGrace and how she keeps her content real.
Leigh Roach and Tamara Schneider of @KyTasteBuds discuss how starting their blog broke them out of a rut, gave them an excuse to spend more quality time together, and a chance to experience everything the Commonwealth of Kentucky has to offer.
When you move to a new city you're often motivated to explore. That's exactly what Heather Nielson, founder of @LouisvilleSitesandBites, did after coming to Louisville from D.C.
In the inaugural episode of the “Eat. Drink. Social.” podcast we talk to Louisville social influencer J.C. Phelps to hear how opening up and sharing his most personal stories helped him grow his follower base, and how taking food photos actually proved therapeutic.