This is just a quick post to share my Yummly page: http://www.yummly.com/page/joyfilledeats
If you haven’t visited Yummly yet it is worth a look. It is similar to Pinterest but just for food. When you hover over a photo it shows the recipe name and ingredients.
This is the easiest social media site to use. When you click the yum button the recipe is automatically added to your recipe box. Here’s a peek at how it looks:
Here are some FAQs from their site for my fellow food bloggers:
How does Yummly work?Yummly puts every recipe in the world in your pocket. The most powerful recipe search, the recipe sites you love, your digital recipe box, recipe recommendations just for you, and a smart shopping list – all with you wherever you go. Yummly has the #1 iPhone, iPad and Android apps in addition to millions of website visitors. As recipes get more Yums, they get exposed more often throughout all of our platforms and features.How do I get my recipes on Yummly?The best way to get your recipes on Yummly is to add the Yum button to your blog or website. Once the Yum button us up, make sure you or your readers Yum your recipes so we can make sure to get them all on Yummly.How do I get featured on Yummly?Follow the steps above (add the Yum button, announce to your readers, and then fill out this form). Once you have taken all of the steps, you will be eligible for inclusion in various features on our website, apps, social channels, and email.What are some best practices to increase the exposure of my recipes?More Yums on your recipes equals more traffic. Bloggers who educate their readers, encourage use of Yummly, and promote their Yummly publisher page see more Yums and more traffic. Volume of recipes is also a factor. More recipes on Yummly will lead to more referral traffic from us.How do I manage my publisher page on Yummly?Currently, there is not an option for you to access and change your publisher page, but we plan to add this feature very soon. In the meantime, we will update your page for you if you fill out this form.How do I find my blog’s publisher page?If you’ve added the Yum button and started yumming your recipes, a publisher page will be automatically created for your blog on Yummly. To find this, you can go to your personal user profile on Yummly and check to see if the recipe you Yummed has processed yet. Once it has processed, it will show a link on the recipe card to your publisher page. If you need help finding this page, firstname.lastname@example.org.