schema.org for recipes, JSON-LD or Microdata?

When building a food blog, you need to rank in Google to get you visitors. Apart from great recipes and beautiful food photography, you need to make Google understand your recipes. Luckily, recipes are one of the items that are detailed in the schema.org structure. When searching for info on this, you’ll find several terms: […]

5 quick-start tips on foodblogging

Are you eager to start your own foodblog? Of course! Foodblogging is fun and it can also be a breeze when using zip recipes. Here are some starter tips to get you going. 1 Think about your niche. What do you feel really passionate about, or what are you really good at? there are loads of foodblogs […]

Fix Recipes Markup for Your Website

Recently Google sent emails to website owners that are a bit hard to understand: Below, we’ll explain the problem and what you can do to fix it right away — it’s not that hard! “Recipes [with] markup issues” you read?! Then you think I thought Zip Recipes actually handles this for me! In some cases, […]

Get Your Recipes To Pop-out and Get Noticed

You’re trying to get more readers to your blog. How do you do that? You certainly don’t do it by being plain Jane or Joe! You’ve already done the hard work of creating your recipe, taking mouth-watering photos..you’re almost there…don’t quit now! You would never buy a product on Amazon if it has no ratings. […]

Easy Way To Generate Nutrition Data For Your Recipe For Free

Last week, I released the much sought-after, Automatic Nutrition calculator feature for Zip Recipes. It basically generates a nutrition label for your recipe as you’re creating the recipe. You just click one button and you’re done. However, this is a premium feature and I realize that there are food bloggers out there who have time […]