Yummly is a wonderful website where you can save recipes. It is great for all of you readers out there, but it is also great for bloggers. Whether you are a reader and/or a blogger, you will want to know why you should be using yummly! Bloggers can share their own recipes and readers can save their favorite recipes that they find across the internet. Below, I will discuss how Yummly benefits readers and bloggers! Plus, let’s discuss how easy it is to use Yummly!
Why you should be using Yummly…
Yummly makes it super easy to find great recipes. I love the style of the website. With a click of a button you can save a recipe. Then, with only one additional click you can organize by selecting a category. They call them collections. Of, course you can organize your collections, rename them and even write descriptions.. Not only that but you can tell Yummly what your favorite kinds of dishes are, what allergies or foods you may be avoiding, and even foods that you hate. It will configure suggested recipes based on what you need and want. How cool is that? It took me about 30 seconds to a minute to set all that up. Finding gluten free recipes will be so easy on Yummly!
For my readers if you would like to save one of my recipes, just use the Yummly share button. This can be found in the same area you would find the Facebook and/or Twitter share buttons. It looks like this:
It only takes a minute or two to make a profile. You will love the pictures, and the simplicity of the website. There are millions of users and recipes. This is a great place to go if you are in search of new recipe or if you just need a place to save your favorite recipes you find over the internet. You can even add a button right on your browser. This helps you save recipes even when a website does not provide a Yummly button.
Great for bloggers too!
Yummly is great for bloggers too! Yummly, is my highest traffic resource at the moment. If you have recipes on your website you can save them to yummly and so can your readers! I use addtoany share buttons, and they include a Yummly button. There are a couple of other ways to get a button. Check out the publisher’s page to get more information on that.
Writing a post like I am doing and a few other steps, could get you featured on Yummly. Follow the steps on the publisher’s page.
What do you think of Yummly? Is there other reasons why you should be using Yummly?