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7 Easy Steps to Perfect Recipe Rich Results to Get More Organic Traffic

Is your food blog getting all the traffic you want out of Google? Organic search (think: Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc) is one of the most powerful sources of traffic out there. Google alone processes over 65,000 searches every single second. That’s crazy! As a food blogger, capitalizing on organic search is one of the best […]

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Ask WP Tasty:
Is search ranking affected if I don’t include a recipe video?

Today’s Ask WP Tasty question is about recipe SEO. A Tasty Recipes customer emailed us and asked about the new Search Console Recipes report. She specifically was wondering about the video field, since any recipe without a video is considered “not fully enhanced.” Here’s her question (edited for clarity): To have a recipe be fully […]

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Google Recipes Report: What it is, how to use it, and what it means for your SEO

Email inboxes buzzed across the blogosphere on June 27 with a new email from Google. The subject line reads, “Fix Recipes markup for https://yoursite.com.” The email content wasn’t very comforting either. Here’s what it said (emphasis mine): Google systems show that your site is affected by 1218 instances of Recipes markup issues. This means that your Recipes pages might not […]

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Recipe Rich Cards: Two Simple Ways to Optimize

In today’s food blogging landscape, SEO is really important. Solid SEO can be the difference between a blog that survives and a blog that thrives. We built Tasty Recipes with this in mind – we wanted to give bloggers the best chance of thriving with SEO. So, we made sure that Tasty Recipes included all the fields […]

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Can I put more than one recipe on a page?

This question has come up a few times recently, so I thought I would add my thoughts on this topic to a blog post! Many recipes have multiple parts, or multiple ways to modify a recipe to get a different result. Think: a homemade pasta recipe and a homemade pesto recipe. Or a pancake recipe […]

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