Prevent author warning by Google by adding an author to your recipe

Adding author to a recipe Google needs your help to structure your web page and recipe data. Structuring data means you specify what different parts of your blog mean. To ensure your recipes (and other parts) in a blog are structured properly, Google provides a Structured Data Testing Tool. Zip Recipes structures the data for […]

Rich Snippets in Google, getting the most out of it

Images in Rich Snippets sometimes seem elusive: you have set it up correctly right? Why isn’t Google showing the image you prepared with so much care! Sometimes it’s just as simple as ratio’s or pixel count. Google prefers images of at least 50K pixels, and prefers the image in three different ratio’s: 1×1, 4×3 and […]

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 […]

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: […]

It is live! Update 6.0.0!

We just went live with the new update, 6.0.0! We are really excited about this update, it has a totally new look, and it is much easier to add, link or delete recipes. There is a new item in your dashboard; called “recipes” where you can see all your added recipes, and filter them, edit […]