Anybody know of any?
Even better would be one that specializes in easy recipes for singles.
If you don't want to broadcast it to the world, an email is fine.
Update: see next post for more info.
Did some research, looks like I have to expand my criteria.
I am looking for any revenue sharing sites that don't discriminate against recipes that specifically target searchers who are:
1. Total cooking illiterates who don't know the difference between a pot and a fork.
2. Eighteen-year-old kids just starting out.
3. Newly divorced who never had to cook before.
4. And so forth along those lines.
Any advice would be much appreciated.
As to why I started this thread...
HP declined to feature my latest recipe hub. I suspect that the reason why is because the recipe was so idiotically simple, that the only way to present it was in conversational mode. After I posted it, I then came across an HP Staff post specifically stating that HP is not thrilled with conversational mode hubs. This was my first conversational mode hub. I think conversational mode has potential when it comes to simplistic recipes. So I need to find a revenue sharing site where I can pursue this experiment further.
Not kidding folks, any leads would be very welcome.
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