Meet Jesus Chomon, creator of a foodblog with 20.000 visitors a day

Can you tell us a bit about yourself? Who are you? My name is Jesus Chomon. I am a Spanish internet developer, 50 years old, and I work in the financial sector. Long ago, I created one of the most important trade and exchange websites in my country so I have always kept in touch with […]

Automatic Nutrition for Your Recipes

Automatic Nutrition label generation You’re building a recipe food blog, and need to rank higher. Automatic Nutrition label maker (available in our Recipe Lover plan) might be just the edge you need: it enhances your recipes by auto-populating nutrition data and embeds a nutrition label in your recipe card in just one click. It wil […]

Nutrition label in Zip Recipes free

In the most recent version of Zip Recipes (free version) a new feature has been introduced: a beautiful styled HTML and CSS Nutrition Label. To get this label you can just enter all the nutrition data, and it will appear below your recipe. When not enough data is present, it won’t show. When the data […]

Meet the new recipe grid!

This week we’ve released Recipe Grid 2 (part of Zip Recipes Lover and Zip Recipes Friend), which will replace the previous Recipe Index and Recipe Gallery. The new grid has been designed to make your recipes look mouthwatering, and trigger your users to try multiple recipes. They’re searchable and filterable in a quick and easy […]

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: […]