Do you use the Recipe layout?
If you create recipe hubs, do you use the “Recipe” format or do you simply use the standard “Article” format? Does it make a difference to traffic?
I have just been using the standard hub format. I don't like the idea of having the recipe rated. I think it does make a difference to traffic though. What are you thoughts?
I've used it once when I submitted a hub about kitchen tools ^_^
I've used it for 2 hubs and then the rest of my recipe hubs I just use the standard hub layout and those have alot more hits than the ones that are in the recipe layout. I don't know if it's significant or not, perhaps I should change the layout to the normal layout and see what happens.
I've never used it and don't know if I would. I like things when they're simple and uncluttered. It makes an easier read.
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