I will appreciate any critical opinion for my hubs.
Тhanks in advance.
I suggest using American measurements. Cooks are not going to bother with pulling out a dictionary to find out much product is equivalent to so many grams or liters.
great suggestion, do you know if it is possible to have both measurements in the same time ?
Yes, certainly, you can. I do in my couscous salad recipes, though I've just noticed I've shown only metric in some others. I need to update them for an American audience
Recipes are highly-competitive online content. If you want recipe Hubs to draw traffic, you have to take original photos that show you actually are the one baking, and you have to have custom tips and details to make your recipes stand-out.
Sheila has a valid point about most of the site drawing an American audience.
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