Improved Tasty Links integration & a couple other updates – Tasty Recipes 2.0.0

We just released version 2.0.0 of Tasty Recipes. This update includes a couple bug fixes and an improvement related to the block editor. Here’s what you’ll find! 1. Improved Tasty Links integration for the block editor ๐Ÿ”— If you’re using Tasty Links to automatically include affiliate links in your recipes, you can now remove links […]

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Gutenberg support & better link behavior – Tasty Links 0.5.0

We just pushed out a new version of Tasty Links that I think you’re going to be really excited about. Here are three cool things you’ll find in this update: 1. Full Gutenberg support โœ… Tasty Links is now fully compatible with the new WordPress block editor (formerly known as Gutenberg). After writing your content, […]

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How to Create Carousel Pins for Pinterest

Pinterest is ever changing and the newest feature, carousel Pins are a great new way to showcase your content! Just like an Instagram carousel post or a Facebook photo album, carousel Pins are the perfect way to showcase step by step photos for a recipe, multiple ways to wear a new piece of clothing, process […]

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Pinterest Marketing Best Practices for Bloggers

Pinterest can be a blogger’s best friend. On Pinch of Yum, Pinterest is the #2 source of traffic – right behind Google. Operating somewhere between social media and organic search, Pinterest is in a unique place to help your content go viral – even if you’re new to the blogging game.  In this article, we’ll […]

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What is a Pinterest Repin and how do I optimize for them?

Pinterest is a fantastic source of traffic for bloggers of all types, and especially food bloggers. Many bloggers report that Pinterest is one of their top sources of traffic – in fact for Pinch of Yum it’s #2, right behind Google! Getting people to repin your content on Pinterest is key to Pinterest success. Pinterest […]

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Gutenberg support & a Pinterest Repin ID field – Tasty Pins 0.7.0

Today is an exciting day for our Tasty Pins users – we’re now officially ready for the new Gutenberg editor in WordPress ๐ŸŽ‰ If you’re not familiar with the new Gutenberg editor, check out the official WordPress Gutenberg page to learn more. If you’ve heard about the new editor, but you’re not sure what you […]

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How to force a different image to save to Pinterest

One of the most prominent aspects of Pinterest marketing is the image that gets shared. Images themselves aren’t searchable (the text that describes them is what gets searched), but a good image helps get people to click over, where a poor image makes them scroll on by. Thus, making sure your best images are consistently […]

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Customer Spotlight: Josh Johnson from the Kentucky Gent

When you think Kentucky, you probably think mint juleps and race horses. Today, weโ€™re going to introduce you to another one of the stateโ€™s endearing gifts to the world – The Kentucky Gent Josh Johnson. Josh is a popular lifestyle blogger, bourbon aficionado, and an all around nice guy. This savvy southern boy shares his […]

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6 ways to make the most of Q4 traffic for your blog

When it comes to holiday cooking, home chefs can be roughly divided into two groups: the ones who zestfully approach turkey roasting as an extreme sport and the other ones, looking for their corkscrew and another bottle of wine (and not the cooking wine, either). Both groups are scouring Pinterest and Google for recipes, which […]

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