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Grill Girl, Robyn Lindars, Dominates Digital PR, SEO and Social Listening

Social PR Secrets: public relations podcast for entrepreneurs by Lisa Buyer

When one hears Grill Girl, their attention is immediately grabbed. That’s the genius of Robyn Lindars. From starting a small blog about grilling to running a successful website and appearing on the Today Show to soon launching her own magazine, Robyn is a PR expert. In this episode, she shares how she uses PR, social media, and SEO to grow her brand every day.   In this episode of the Social PR Secrets Podcast, host Lisa Buyer sits down with Robyn Lindars, founder of GrillGirl, a website where she shares tips, recipes, classes, and more. Like many of us PR pros, Robyn went to journalism school before starting her career at Marketwire where she learned the art of digital PR, SEO, and distribution.  At the same time she discovered grilling, she started a small blog that then morphed into GrillGirl. She realized: why do the guys get to have all the fun? She used the website as an opportunity to share her growing passion for grilling. Along the way, she has learned how to build a social presence and run a widely successful website. Want to know how she did it? Listen to this episode to find out! Creating Content to Get Press Robyn has appeared on the Today Show, the Food Network, and featured in USA Today, The Miami Herald, and more. Despite what most people think, high-end produced videos aren’t necessarily what catches people’s attention, she says. Instead, home-grown content can get you the best press opportunities. For example, the Today Show found her through videos of herself grilling lamb in her backyard. She also started her Women’s Grilling Clinics, understanding that events are a great way to get press. Robyn also explains that finding a niche that sets you apart makes it much easier to get featured in a story. For her, being a woman in a male-dominated field allowed her to cut through a lot of noise. To that, Lisa adds that entrepreneurs shouldn’t be afraid of starting with local media mentions to start the momentum before aiming at bigger publications. She also recommends doing paid distribution of your news releases to make sure journalists find you when they research-related topics. In short, “take the extra step and think outside the box,” says Robyn. Top 3 Social Listening Tips #1. Social listening is for everyone  You don’t need a big budget to use social listening to your advantage. While paid tools like NetBase are great, a simple look at Google Trends can help you. Robyn even sets Google alerts for topics she wants to keep a pulse on.   #2. Any brand, big or small can benefit from social listening  Small companies can actually be more nimble, they can implement changes based on social listening more quickly.  #3. Don’t focus on your brand only  Businesses should look at their brand as well as the larger universe around it. You shouldn’t have a me-centric perspective when doing social listening, explains Robyn. The Hidden Power of Pinterest Pinterest is an often overlooked social media. But while Instagram isn’t searchable and doesn’t direct much traffic to your website, Pinterest is a search engine of its own. And it works for every industry. Robyn suggests you make your website content Pinterest-friendly using tools such as Adobe Spark. She explains that, on Pinterest, people save things for later and then get back to it, creating a sustainable flow to her website.  In a similar fashion, Robyn recommends business owners keep SEO in mind as they build their website to avoid having to do the work afterward. Most website developers aren’t SEO-savvy, she warns, so try to find that special person from the beginning! Robyn has already built a GrillGirl empire - and she’s not stopping. Keep an eye out for her upcoming podcast and magazine. And make sure to try out all of her recipes, we guarantee you you’ll be hungry after listening to this episode. “Being a woman in a male-dominated field allowed me to cut through a lot of noise” - Robyn Lindars Some topics discussed in this episode include: Getting Press PR Pinterest SEO Wordpress Contact Robyn Lindars Robyn’s Instagram https://www.instagram.com/grillgirlrobyn/?hl=en Robyn’s website https://grillgirl.com/ Robyn’s Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.fr/grillgirlrobyn/ References and Links Mentioned NetBase https://netbasequid.com/ GoogleTrends https://trends.google.com/trends/?geo=US Turkey Recipe: https://grillgirl.com/2020/11/pickle-juice-brine-smoked-spatchcocked-turkey/

48mins

2 Mar 2021

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The Origin Story of Robyn Lindars – The Grill Girl.

The BBQ Central Show

October 20, 2020 - Hour Two)In the 2nd hour, we will get the origin story of Robyn Lindars from Grill Girl. We know Robyn here on this show as a regular guest and I have known her as long as anyone else that is related to this show so it will be a great time to hear her talk about how she came up and how she eventually got into live-fire!BBQ Central Show Sponsors!The BBQ GuruBig Poppa SmokersButchers BBQGreen Mountain GrillsCookin PelletsFireboardSmithfieldSouthside Market & Barbecue - 10% off with code "bbqcentral"The Pit Barrel CookerPitts & SpittsThe Butcher Shoppe - Save 10% When You Mention "The BBQ Central Show"Smoke Sheet Newsletter - Sign Up Here

1hr 16mins

22 Oct 2020

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How to Turn Your Lifestyle into Engaging Content | GrillGirl Robyn Lindars | DH039

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Robyn Lindars had a burning question years before she became GrillGirl — Why aren’t more women grilling? The Grill Girl lifestyle was all sparked by Robyn Medlin Lindars’ newfound fire regarding outdoor cooking and living in general. “It’s really fun, it’s a great way to cook outside and it’s a fun thing to do with your family,” Robyn reflected on her hobby turned passion project on this episode of the Digital Hospitality podcast. “That’s how it morphed into GrillGirl.” Grill Girl – Robyn’s multimedia and multiplatform brand that touches websites, television appearances, social platforms and much more – has evolved over the years, much like the mom and entrepreneur herself. That’s because the GrillGirl brand is Robyn. She’s just like an outdoorsy Martha Stewart except Grill Girl Robyn hasn’t cooked with Snoop Dogg — yet. “I started the site back in 2008,” Robyn reflects on https://www.grillgirl.com during her conversation with Digital Hospitality podcast host Shawn Walchef. “Believe it or not, it was really just a place for me to document my cooking adventures.” The first adventure? Well, it lands more in the comedy section than cooking. “I ended up singeing my eyebrows off on my future husband’s grills,” laughs Robyn Lindars (then known by her maiden name Robyn Medlin). That’s some live-fire love, right there. Loved for her leadership in the female food space and candid cooking adventures, Grill Girl Robyn has shared laughs, stories and great BBQ and grilling content over the course of her Grill Girl journey as an author, online influencer, podcast guest, recipe rock star, and all-around dynamic digital personality. Robyn Lindars is a influential leader who is good at building community around live-fire and outdoor living — especially when it comes to inviting everyone into the world of barbecue and grilling: woman and man, young and old. Just the same, she’s had a strong brand focus since the beginning. “My goal has always been to demystify grilling,” Robyn told Digital Hospitality podcast host Shawn Walchef on the Cali BBQ Media show in June 2020. Over the previous 12 years, Robyn’s created an amazing amount of media that’s helped accomplish just that — and much more. Creating the Grill Girl Lifestyle — Through her GrillGirl website and later her @grillgirlrobyn social handles, Robyn Lindars has relished in all the internet and digital marketing has had to offer as it has evolved. “My motto with myself is to always try new things,” Robyn states. “It’s to really push the envelope on stuff you could do on grills.” Pushing the envelope meant one of her many TV appearances. Within her first five years as Grill Girl, Robyn was handpicked by network scouts to star on a cooking reality show. “I was way out of my league on Chopped,” Robyn reflects on a daunting opportunity inspired by her motto. “I was in my early 30s and only had the blog for a couple years. But it was so cool!” Relatively new to the grill with an outside chance on being a reality TV star, how did Chopped happen for Robyn? “Everyone was like, ‘How did you get the opportunity?’” Robyn looks back. “They reached out to me because they found my blog.” The proof, as they say, is in the pudding. Putting in the hardwork on her Grill Girl Blog consistently and strategically, Robyn Lindars was able to attract eyes far and wide while making mouths water with her content. Making digital content clearly works to help build your business. Websites Demand Change for Modern Era — While the Grill Girl recipe website and blog is still a major focus for Robyn Medlin Lindars, the content game has changed tremendously over the past 12 years. “Things are different now than they were when I first started,” Robyn reflects. “Everything needs to be optimized for mobile and be Pinterest friendly.” Grilling content once created for a laptop now lives most noticeably on a cell phone. Advancements in technology have made creating mobile-friendly content easier than ever, more important than ever and also with more reach than ever before. Still, the GrillGirl herself doesn’t get caught up with the smoke surrounding each platform. She’s keen on her content, her audience and her traffic. “Pinterest is really the network that a lot of people don’t talk about that actually contributes to traffic,” Robyn shares. “Everyone thinks Instagram is the end all be all, but it doesn’t actually help your traffic that much. It’s really more of a branding mechanism. Facebook and Pinterest are the ones that still actually drive more traffic.” Active on all of the above, it all funnels back to the Grill Girl website. Since singeing her eyebrows and going online, the Grill Girl online destination has expanded to not just Robyn and her grill but all the components around both. “Now, it’s really more of a food and grilling destination site,” Robyn says about the GrillGirl website. “But my goal is to make it an outdoor lifestyle content destination site with anything related to the outdoor lifestyle. Not just grilling and smoking, but everything that goes with it.” Lifestyle blogging has been compelling since the early days of WordPress and youth of YouTube. With the rise of social media, content creators in a variety of spaces have started incorporating human elements of their lives in their daily content as a way to expand and better connect to their audience. https://www.instagram.com/p/B9eWGQmB1Se/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Still, how does one draw the line between curated and candid? “For a long time, I had an inner battle about being curated and being real,” reflects Robyn. “I finally got to a point where I’m like, ‘You know, I’m not going to have a separate Robyn account for Instagram. This is me.’” For Robyn, that decision has been a big win for her personally. It’s also opened up opportunities beyond being a BBQueen. “I’m a person and there’s stuff that goes on with me that’s outside of barbecue,” says Robyn. The next chapter for Robyn delivers just that. Grill Girl Lifestyle — “(Grill Girl Lifestyle is) my place to share stuff that I’m into outside of grilling,” Robyn told Shawn on the Digital Hospitality podcast episode. “It’s a little bit of anything and everything.” A content creator for years, GrillGirl Robyn is very aware of how much who she is as a person plays into the strength of the entire Grill Girl umbrella. “Humanizing your brand — especially in today’s — is really important,” Robyn notes. “People want to connect, and they also want to support causes that they feel good about.” https://www.instagram.com/p/CBsu2DWBNeo/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Over the years, Robyn has learned loads about humanizing her brand. While Instagram may not drive traffic, it does build Grill Girl in a major way. When it comes to IG, doing more doesn’t always get your more as Robyn learned. “For a while I was just posting pretty pictures on Instagram,” Robyn looks back. “Because I have a shitload of content, I can share all day long. But nobody was really responding, and I wasn’t responding on theirs either. I was expecting if you put it out there, people will care. And they don’t really!” From flooding the feed because she could, a revelation arose. On IG, Robyn learned it’s less about curation and more about community. “It’s about building that community,” states Robyn. “That’s really where I’ve seen a lot of the value. Once I really started putting more into it, it was about the friendships I was making — true friendships.” Such is true of Instagram; however, it proves powerful across all channels. “The thing you have to remember on all these platforms is that the goal is not necessarily to sell stuff,” says Robyn. “It’s about building community. It’s not about you. It’s about them.” As Robyn has learned, the community that consumes your content builds the relationships that make your content worth consuming. In the past year, Robyn has also learned how that same community can help when things go a rye. Having had her Instagram account hacked, Robyn was at risk of losing years of love and labor. With help from her friends, she can now let you know what to do if your Instagram account is ever hacked. GrillGirl Robyn Lindars was kind enough to share her tips for how to get your Instagram account back after its hacked. Read the full how-to social media guide on the Cali BBQ Media blog. https://youtu.be/Btd3IyvVSJk Building a Strong Content Team — As with any hardship or adversity, it’s always easier with the love and support of your friends. “I’m so thankful to the barbecue community,” says Robyn about getting her @GrillGirlRobyn Instagram account back after it had been hacked. “Because everyone really rallied behind me. It just reiterated how awesome this community is and that they really pulled together to help me.” Over the years, Robyn has found strength in the community that consumes her content and the community she calls her peers. But what about the community that creates her content? “As you try to grow your business — and this was a problem I had for a long time — you can’t do everything yourself and nor will you always be the best person to do it,” Robyn shares. “Figure out how to surround yourself with really smart people who do what they do well.” Over the years, Robyn has expanded her team to include many smart people who understand business and content with their own powerful perspectives. That team includes one of our own: Stover BBQ. The media maker, who co-created the Best Barbecue Show podcast and has been a reoccurring guest on The BBQ Central Show, among other BBQ and media related achievements, plays a major role in content creation and curation for Cali BBQ Media. The digital content producer has also worked with Grill Girl Robyn to help her transform her brand into a media company. “I’m still a small business, but I have someone like Stover who can help me produce more content and put it out in more thoughtful ways,” Robyn says about the Cali BBQ Media team and others who help each other out behind-the-scenes with creating strategic content for the Internet. “From Stover, I have learned things in the past couple of years that have been really valuable in my digital journey.” It’s important to hire your own team members to help when building your brand in the ever-important and ever-evolving content space. “There’s so many opportunities,” Robyn Lindars says about getting help with making online content for marketing your business. “You can’t do it all, nor should you, nor would you have the time to do it or want to. Find the people that can help you take it to the next level.” Those people may be in your own backyard. They may be in your own comment section. They may be on LinkedIn. “You have to be willing to outsource things in order to do everything to get the job done,” notes Robyn. “Don’t be afraid to bring in good talent.” “I can’t be 20 different people, but I can bring in the best people at what they do and elevate my site with their great content.” As the Grill Girl team grows, so does the content. Some stand-out recipes that come because of teamwork include the Mighty Mezcal Mint Cocktail, Perfect Reverse Sear Steak, and the July 4 holiday favorite the Red, White and Blue Cobbler recipe. Robyn may not be 20 people all in one, but she’s still the one and only Grill Girl who’s inspired countless others over her journey. After more than a decade as a Grill Girl, Robyn Lindars is still getting new people behind the grill, raising eyebrows of interest, building communities, and blazing a trail online and outside. — Article by Cali BBQ Media content producer Ian Stonebrook. Connect with Ian on social media @ianstonebrook. *** About Grill Girl — Up your BBQ and grilling game with the help of www.grillgirl.com — an amazing one-stop resource for all things cooking and the outdoors lifestyle. Connect with Robyn “Grill Girl” Lindars on Instagram and other social media to see behind-the-scenes content from her life and lots of Grill Girl barbecue and grilling tasty recipes. GrillGirl Robyn is fantastic at teaching others how to make the best barbecue, party food, smoked desserts, grilled cocktails, and whatever else the food star decides to imagine up. You can join Robyn’s Girl Who Grill Facebook Group to connect with other “Girl Grillers” in the barbecue scene and help build the female BBQ community. Watch her Girls Who Grill Interview with Kathy Pullin on the GrillGirl YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/FxffQAAfRlg Make sure to check in daily with www.grillgirl.com to see what Robyn and her team are cooking up next! *** Cali BBQ Media — Do you want help building your online presence with strategy and engaging content? Get in touch with Shawn Walchef and his team of Digital Content Specialists at Cali BBQ Media by emailing podcast@calibbq.media or filling out the form below. Let us know how Cali BBQ Media can help you on your digital journey. https://calibbq.mediaPhone First NameLast NameEmail AddressPhoneHow can we help?How did you hear about us?

49mins

25 Jun 2020

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How to Turn Your Lifestyle into Engaging Content | GrillGirl Robyn Lindars | DH039

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Robyn Lindars had a burning question years before she became GrillGirl — Why aren’t more women grilling? The Grill Girl lifestyle was all sparked by Robyn Medlin Lindars’ newfound fire regarding outdoor cooking and living in general. “It’s really fun, it’s a great way to cook outside and it’s a fun thing to do with your family,” Robyn reflected on her hobby turned passion project on this episode of the Digital Hospitality podcast. “That’s how it morphed into GrillGirl.” Grill Girl – Robyn’s multimedia and multiplatform brand that touches websites, television appearances, social platforms and much more – has evolved over the years, much like the mom and entrepreneur herself. That’s because the GrillGirl brand is Robyn. She’s just like an outdoorsy Martha Stewart except Grill Girl Robyn hasn’t cooked with Snoop Dogg — yet. “I started the site back in 2008,” Robyn reflects on https://www.grillgirl.com during her conversation with Digital Hospitality podcast host Shawn Walchef. “Believe it or not, it was really just a place for me to document my cooking adventures.” The first adventure? Well, it lands more in the comedy section than cooking. “I ended up singeing my eyebrows off on my future husband’s grills,” laughs Robyn Lindars (then known by her maiden name Robyn Medlin). That’s some live-fire love, right there. Loved for her leadership in the female food space and candid cooking adventures, Grill Girl Robyn has shared laughs, stories and great BBQ and grilling content over the course of her Grill Girl journey as an author, online influencer, podcast guest, recipe rock star, and all-around dynamic digital personality. Robyn Lindars is a influential leader who is good at building community around live-fire and outdoor living — especially when it comes to inviting everyone into the world of barbecue and grilling: woman and man, young and old. Just the same, she’s had a strong brand focus since the beginning. “My goal has always been to demystify grilling,” Robyn told Digital Hospitality podcast host Shawn Walchef on the Cali BBQ Media show in June 2020. Over the previous 12 years, Robyn’s created an amazing amount of media that’s helped accomplish just that — and much more. Creating the Grill Girl Lifestyle — Through her GrillGirl website and later her @grillgirlrobyn social handles, Robyn Lindars has relished in all the internet and digital marketing has had to offer as it has evolved. “My motto with myself is to always try new things,” Robyn states. “It’s to really push the envelope on stuff you could do on grills.” Pushing the envelope meant one of her many TV appearances. Within her first five years as Grill Girl, Robyn was handpicked by network scouts to star on a cooking reality show. “I was way out of my league on Chopped,” Robyn reflects on a daunting opportunity inspired by her motto. “I was in my early 30s and only had the blog for a couple years. But it was so cool!” Relatively new to the grill with an outside chance on being a reality TV star, how did Chopped happen for Robyn? “Everyone was like, ‘How did you get the opportunity?’” Robyn looks back. “They reached out to me because they found my blog.” The proof, as they say, is in the pudding. Putting in the hardwork on her Grill Girl Blog consistently and strategically, Robyn Lindars was able to attract eyes far and wide while making mouths water with her content. Making digital content clearly works to help build your business. Websites Demand Change for Modern Era — While the Grill Girl recipe website and blog is still a major focus for Robyn Medlin Lindars, the content game has changed tremendously over the past 12 years. “Things are different now than they were when I first started,” Robyn reflects. “Everything needs to be optimized for mobile and be Pinterest friendly.” Grilling content once created for a laptop now lives most noticeably on a cell phone. Advancements in technology have made creating mobile-friendly content easier than ever, more important than ever and also with more reach than ever before. Still, the GrillGirl herself doesn’t get caught up with the smoke surrounding each platform. She’s keen on her content, her audience and her traffic. “Pinterest is really the network that a lot of people don’t talk about that actually contributes to traffic,” Robyn shares. “Everyone thinks Instagram is the end all be all, but it doesn’t actually help your traffic that much. It’s really more of a branding mechanism. Facebook and Pinterest are the ones that still actually drive more traffic.” Active on all of the above, it all funnels back to the Grill Girl website. Since singeing her eyebrows and going online, the Grill Girl online destination has expanded to not just Robyn and her grill but all the components around both. “Now, it’s really more of a food and grilling destination site,” Robyn says about the GrillGirl website. “But my goal is to make it an outdoor lifestyle content destination site with anything related to the outdoor lifestyle. Not just grilling and smoking, but everything that goes with it.” Lifestyle blogging has been compelling since the early days of WordPress and youth of YouTube. With the rise of social media, content creators in a variety of spaces have started incorporating human elements of their lives in their daily content as a way to expand and better connect to their audience. https://www.instagram.com/p/B9eWGQmB1Se/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Still, how does one draw the line between curated and candid? “For a long time, I had an inner battle about being curated and being real,” reflects Robyn. “I finally got to a point where I’m like, ‘You know, I’m not going to have a separate Robyn account for Instagram. This is me.’” For Robyn, that decision has been a big win for her personally. It’s also opened up opportunities beyond being a BBQueen. “I’m a person and there’s stuff that goes on with me that’s outside of barbecue,” says Robyn. The next chapter for Robyn delivers just that. Grill Girl Lifestyle — “(Grill Girl Lifestyle is) my place to share stuff that I’m into outside of grilling,” Robyn told Shawn on the Digital Hospitality podcast episode. “It’s a little bit of anything and everything.” A content creator for years, GrillGirl Robyn is very aware of how much who she is as a person plays into the strength of the entire Grill Girl umbrella. “Humanizing your brand — especially in today’s — is really important,” Robyn notes. “People want to connect, and they also want to support causes that they feel good about.” https://www.instagram.com/p/CBsu2DWBNeo/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Over the years, Robyn has learned loads about humanizing her brand. While Instagram may not drive traffic, it does build Grill Girl in a major way. When it comes to IG, doing more doesn’t always get your more as Robyn learned. “For a while I was just posting pretty pictures on Instagram,” Robyn looks back. “Because I have a shitload of content, I can share all day long. But nobody was really responding, and I wasn’t responding on theirs either. I was expecting if you put it out there, people will care. And they don’t really!” From flooding the feed because she could, a revelation arose. On IG, Robyn learned it’s less about curation and more about community. “It’s about building that community,” states Robyn. “That’s really where I’ve seen a lot of the value. Once I really started putting more into it, it was about the friendships I was making — true friendships.” Such is true of Instagram; however, it proves powerful across all channels. “The thing you have to remember on all these platforms is that the goal is not necessarily to sell stuff,” says Robyn. “It’s about building community. It’s not about you. It’s about them.” As Robyn has learned, the community that consumes your content builds the relationships that make your content worth consuming. In the past year, Robyn has also learned how that same community can help when things go a rye. Having had her Instagram account hacked, Robyn was at risk of losing years of love and labor. With help from her friends, she can now let you know what to do if your Instagram account is ever hacked. GrillGirl Robyn Lindars was kind enough to share her tips for how to get your Instagram account back after its hacked. Read the full how-to social media guide on the Cali BBQ Media blog. https://youtu.be/Btd3IyvVSJk Building a Strong Content Team — As with any hardship or adversity, it’s always easier with the love and support of your friends. “I’m so thankful to the barbecue community,” says Robyn about getting her @GrillGirlRobyn Instagram account back after it had been hacked. “Because everyone really rallied behind me. It just reiterated how awesome this community is and that they really pulled together to help me.” Over the years, Robyn has found strength in the community that consumes her content and the community she calls her peers. But what about the community that creates her content? “As you try to grow your business — and this was a problem I had for a long time — you can’t do everything yourself and nor will you always be the best person to do it,” Robyn shares. “Figure out how to surround yourself with really smart people who do what they do well.” Over the years, Robyn has expanded her team to include many smart people who understand business and content with their own powerful perspectives. That team includes one of our own: Stover BBQ. The media maker, who co-created the Best Barbecue Show podcast and has been a reoccurring guest on The BBQ Central Show, among other BBQ and media related achievements, plays a major role in content creation and curation for Cali BBQ Media. The digital content producer has also worked with Grill Girl Robyn to help her transform her brand into a media company. “I’m still a small business, but I have someone like Stover who can help me produce more content and put it out in more thoughtful ways,” Robyn says about the Cali BBQ Media team and others who help each other out behind-the-scenes with creating strategic content for the Internet. “From Stover, I have learned things in the past couple of years that have been really valuable in my digital journey.” It’s important to hire your own team members to help when building your brand in the ever-important and ever-evolving content space. “There’s so many opportunities,” Robyn Lindars says about getting help with making online content for marketing your business. “You can’t do it all, nor should you, nor would you have the time to do it or want to. Find the people that can help you take it to the next level.” Those people may be in your own backyard. They may be in your own comment section. They may be on LinkedIn. “You have to be willing to outsource things in order to do everything to get the job done,” notes Robyn. “Don’t be afraid to bring in good talent.” “I can’t be 20 different people, but I can bring in the best people at what they do and elevate my site with their great content.” As the Grill Girl team grows, so does the content. Some stand-out recipes that come because of teamwork include the Mighty Mezcal Mint Cocktail, Perfect Reverse Sear Steak, and the July 4 holiday favorite the Red, White and Blue Cobbler recipe. Robyn may not be 20 people all in one, but she’s still the one and only Grill Girl who’s inspired countless others over her journey. After more than a decade as a Grill Girl, Robyn Lindars is still getting new people behind the grill, raising eyebrows of interest, building communities, and blazing a trail online and outside. — Article by Cali BBQ Media content producer Ian Stonebrook. Connect with Ian on social media @ianstonebrook. *** About Grill Girl — Up your BBQ and grilling game with the help of www.grillgirl.com — an amazing one-stop resource for all things cooking and the outdoors lifestyle. Connect with Robyn “Grill Girl” Lindars on Instagram and other social media to see behind-the-scenes content from her life and lots of Grill Girl barbecue and grilling tasty recipes. GrillGirl Robyn is fantastic at teaching others how to make the best barbecue, party food, smoked desserts, grilled cocktails, and whatever else the food star decides to imagine up. You can join Robyn’s Girl Who Grill Facebook Group to connect with other “Girl Grillers” in the barbecue scene and help build the female BBQ community. Watch her Girls Who Grill Interview with Kathy Pullin on the GrillGirl YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/FxffQAAfRlg Make sure to check in daily with www.grillgirl.com to see what Robyn and her team are cooking up next! *** Cali BBQ Media — Do you want help building your online presence with strategy and engaging content? Get in touch with Shawn Walchef and his team of Digital Content Specialists at Cali BBQ Media by emailing podcast@calibbq.media or filling out the form below. Let us know how Cali BBQ Media can help you on your digital journey. https://calibbq.mediaUrl First NameLast NameEmail AddressPhoneHow can we help?How did you hear about us?

49mins

25 Jun 2020

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**BONUS** GRILL GIRL ROBYN LINDARS! STRANGE GRILLINGS!

The 500 Section Lounge Podcast

BONUS CLIP from @grillgirlrobyn! Robyn tells the guys a strange thing she likes to grill! HOW DOES ONE PROCURE SAID MEAT!?Find Robyn on Instagram & Twitter: @grillgirlrobyn.Let the guys know what the weirdest thing YOU'VE grilled! Twitter: @500_sports; Facebook: @500SectionSports; Instagram: @500section; GOOD OL' FASHIONED EMAIL: 500sectionsports@gmail.com

4mins

4 Dec 2019

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E8: ROBYN LINDARS, NFL, CFB, SHENANIGANS & MORE

The 500 Section Lounge Podcast

The Grill Boss behind grillgirl.com, Robyn Lindars joins the guys and talks FOOD! Find her on Instagram & Twitter: @grillgirlrobyn! The guys talk college football, NFL, and SHENANIGANS and we play Would You Rather!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/500section/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/500section/support

1hr 1min

2 Dec 2019