I am looking for a new place to move recipe hubs. Websites can be costly and need a lot of post to gain ground in the search engine market. Would even a Facebook page dedicated to recipes be worth it? I have had small success with a sports page in Facebook.
If you set up a Wordpress hosted site it can cost as little as $5 per month.
If you're looking to make money, Facebook pages won't help you.
Are your recipes in a specific niche?
I guess the recipes would be mostly casseroles, but with a spicy taste. Facebook "pages" can help with promotion, but no revenue. I guess I should look at web hosting. Just have a tight schedule and not sure how much time I could give a web page to build it up.
The way I cook,the best place for my recipes,is the trash...after I shred them...to protect humanity...and the environment.
On second thought, I could donate them to the government chemical weapons arsenal...if what they're after is an epidemic of diarrhea ...
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