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 ...
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
Happy Friday, Hubbers!I am happy to announce that the new Special Layout Options for recipes and reviews that we introduced on our blog earlier this week are now live. Head over to the HubTool and have a look!In addition to making new Hubs using these Special Layout Options, you can update your...
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by CyberFreak 5 years ago
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by John Hansen 24 months ago
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by Zach 6 years ago
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