How do you create your recipe hubs?
When it comes to recipe hubs, do you use recipes that you have in your own personal cookbook, or do you try and adapt a recipe that someone else has used to try and make it better? Since recipes can be quite similar to each other, how do you make sure that you aren't plagiarizing someone?
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...
by Michael Willis 5 years ago
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.
by Ben Guinter 6 years ago
I just modified the two recipe hubs I had to include the new recipe capsules, hoping they would look like all the other recipes that pop up in results, and maybe I have to wait a little bit of time, but...It only seems to show your picture in the search results if you have the image right at the...
by CyberFreak 5 years ago
I write mostly technology hubs, but I do have other interests as well, for example crafting, electronics and cooking.Lately I started writing some of the recipes I have from family, I have some which are totally mine too, results of constant experimenting with ingredients and techniques, most of...
by John Hansen 23 months ago
I received notification that my hub "How to Make the World's Best Scrambled Eggs" http://hubpages.com/food/How-to-Make-th … ambled-Egg is eligible to be moved to Delishably. However I have been advised by the moderator who reviewed my hub to get rid of my poetry and move it...
by Midasfx 6 years ago
Every morning I open up HubPages, my feed is spammed with recipe hubs. Why is this? And why all of a sudden?
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