If you’re running a food blog, like I’m trying to do for over half a year, you’ll know the struggle of social media. It’s important to have a presence, but it’s also a lot of work. Compose tweets, compose posts for facebook, prepare pictures for pinterest, edit pictures for foodporn sites and most of all… trying to be involved in ALL the communities. What a task, especially if you’re working a full-time job and are trying to have some sort of personal life still. That’s why I love yummly.
Yummly is THE ultimate recipe site. More functional than any foodporn site could ever be and easier to use than pinterest. You just join, add a YUM button to your browser toolbar and whenever you see a recipe online you like, you “yum” it and it’s being added to your recipe box on yummly. Of course you can also browse recipes directly on yummly and add them from there. Whatever tickles your fancy. That way you can collect and organize your recipes right there and if you’re a food blogger you can always add your own stuff to the community as well.
As always I’m late to the party. I have just recently discovered this great site. Lately I’ve been stumbling over yummly pages whenever I googled a recipe and I kinda used the site passively. Clicking around here and there but not joining. To be honest, I have no clue why it took me so long.
A few days ago it dawned on me…. why am I not on here with my recipes? So I joined and now I’m a proud publisher on yummly. You can have a publisher page set up for you (Here’s mine! Woohoo!) and add your content there. The best part is: It’s EASY. You don’t have to upload picture, compose discriptions and whatnot. You just “yum” your own recipes and the yummly team takes care of the rest. Amazing!
So if you like one of my recipes, just add them to your recipe box, either by visiting my publisher page on yummly or you can just click the “yum” button at the end on each of my recipes!