Without Eating Or Drinking We’d All Die – How to Write Articles on Food and Drink

“Live Long and Prosper,” Spock said. This is decent advice, and there is an old saying from the Viking days, it goes something like this; “Be Well, Live Well, and Live Longest,” which is also good advice. But today, I’d like to talk to you about some advice that many people feel very dear to their heart. Most people want to live healthy, drink good wine, and eat great meals.

What more could you ask for?

In the United States of America we have a solid middle-class, and as people reach the top of the middle class and start bumping up against the upper class, their priorities change. They wish to dine at the best restaurants, and enjoy themselves with the best wine. Who can blame them right? Indeed this is all true.

The interesting thing about all this is that provides an excellent opportunity for online article authors who wish to write about this topic. It’s amazing how many people read restaurant reviews, and how many people go online to learn information about their favorite wines, or to learn trivia facts about where the wine was grown, in which vineyard it came from, and in which year it was produced.

If you enjoy such topics, you will be amazed how many readers will flock to your articles. Over the years, I’ve written nearly 70 articles on this topic, and I am always amazed at the amount of traffic they get, and some of the e-mail feedback that comes my way. It’s almost as if the Internet readers can’t get enough of this type of content. If you are going to write articles on food and drink, I have some advice for you.

First, you must consider who your audience is. And you must write it from their perspective. People are interested not only in the food, but the dining experience. When talking about recipes and specialty dishes they are interested in ingredients, the brands, the flavor, the spices, and all the potential substitutes.

When talking about wine, people are interested in every single aspect, of each bottle. Do not spare any details, these readers want it all, and they want it now, so give it to them and enjoy the traffic that it brings your website. Please consider all this.

Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online Think Tank. Lance Winslow believes you should call for reservations in advance on your new; AT&T Phone

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