Tasty Pins is exactly the plugin I needed to optimize my images for Pinterest without compromising SEO. Iā€™d love to get at least as much traffic from search engines as I get from Pinterest, and this plugin is definitely starting to move the needle. The Tasty Pins plugin is easily going to pay for itself in increased revenue from search traffic. Definitely worth the investment!

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Mary Jane Duford

Home for the Harvest

Using Tasty Pins has been fantastic! Organic search accounts for nearly 60% of our traffic so most of the content on our site is optimized exclusively for search. This posed a problem with Pinterest since our alt-text didn’t make for very appealing Pinterest descriptions. Tasty Pins has been the perfect solution! Now we have great Pinterest descriptions and great alt text. Our Pinterest traffic is already improving after just a short time using Tasty Pins. It’s definitely a must have for any blogger or website optimizing for search and Pinterest!

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Cassidy Tuttle

Succulents and Sunshine

This is so good, it’s easy to use! This helps us have one less thing to worry about with blogging. Thanks for making our lives easier.

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Rhonda Hallstrom

Hallstrom Home

We recently overhauled our website with the goal of making it not only beautiful and easy to use but to make it a lean and mean SEO machine. Switching from our old recipe plugin to Tasty Recipes was something we were nervous about doing, especially given how many recipes we have on our site. The thought of having to manually update each recipe if the bulk import didn’t go smoothly was overwhelming. Thankfully our fears were completely unfounded! The bulk import feature worked like a charm and in just minutes all of our recipes were perfectly formatted and looked stunning on our site. We also love how easy Tasty Recipes is to use and from an SEO standpoint, the fact that it uses JSON-LD structured data to improve searchability.

Overall we’re thrilled with Tasty Recipes and would recommend it to everyone looking to improve their SEO (and look good while doing so!).

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Jessica Beacom & Stacie Hassing

The Real Food Dietitians

The Tasty Pins plugin has saved me so much time in adding Pinterest descriptions without having to go into the HTML code! Having the Pinterest text box available also acts as a quick reminder so I don’t ever accidentally leave my description blank. I’ll be recommending this plugin to all my friends and clients!

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Sarah Renae Clark

Sarah Renae Clark

Pinterest is my number one source of traffic, so prioritizing it on my site is vital. At the same time, we all want to do the best we can with all the SEO algorithms. I needed an effortless way to accomplish both goals at the same time and the Tasty Pins plugin allows me to do just that.

It’s easy to enhance old pages and takes no time at all to optimize new posts for both Pinterest and SEO.

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Megan MacNee

Traveling Nine to Fiver

I’ve been really trying to build the blog for the last few months and I knew that SEO was going to be a major part of that. When I heard that Tasty Pins was created I was definitely interested. Then I heard the FBP podcast with Casey Markee and bought the plugin before the podcast had even finished. One of my favourite features is the Pin image selection ability. It’s an awesome plugin!

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Debs Thompson

Salted Mint

I’ve been using Tasty Pins for about 3 weeks now and I love it thus far! Entering a Pinterest description is so easy now and I do believe it’s helped my traffic. I love that I can disable pinning on certain pictures which prevents those pictures from showing up in the choices of images available for pinning.

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Lynette Fitzgerald

The Grain-Free Kitchen

Tasty Pins is the answer to the universal food blogging conundrum: optimize photos for SEO or optimize photos for Pinterest? Now you don’t have to choose because Tasty Pins makes it easy by allowing you to do both! An easy, lightweight plugin that makes it easy to take your food blogging another step further. Problem solved!

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Kristina Todini

Fork in the Road

Tasty Pins, where have you been all my blogging life? Such a time-saver! Being able to easily choose a hidden image for Pinterest is sooooo much easier than cutting and pasting code. Also, I’m thrilled that Tasty Pins lets me do alt text properly, yet still include a Pinterest-optimized description. Woot!

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Barbara Spanjers

Cake Is Magical Wellness

As a new blogger, Tasty Recipes has been a great addition to my blog. From the easy installation to the great customer service I cannot say enough about this awesome plug in.

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Carla Cohen

Crazy Inspired Life

The Tasty Pins plugin is *so* powerful and useful for food bloggers; from separating my Pinterest description/Alt Text to having the option of making specific images unpinnable, this is a plugin that I know I can continue to count on. I really appreciate that the plugin is constantly updated to include features based on user feedback. Thanks for everything!

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Ann Nguyen

Bake du Jour

I’m new to the blogging world and often feel overwhelmed by all there is to learn. Writing recipes and trying to make them look nice on the blog was one of those moments. Another blogger suggested I try the Tasty Recipes plugin and it was the answer to my prayers! Why is it so great? Because it’s so easy and slick to fill out, I can bold and separate sections in my recipes to make them more clear, I can add links within the recipe, and best of all – I could easily customize it with a look that I loved. Hands down the best recipe plugin I’ve ever used!

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Marci Buttars

TIDBITS

Tasty Recipes was easy to install; the migration of recipes from my old plugin was seamless; the templates are beautiful and customizable (I chose “Elegant”), support is great. I’m so happy with Tasty Recipes. If you’re a food blogger looking for the ultimate recipe plugin I highly recommend Tasty Recipes.

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Lisa Goldfinger

Panning The Globe

Like most people, I had a terrible experience with a recipe plugin. After letting it expire, I spent an entire year unsure of what to do next. I was terrified of having another bad experience, and the process of switching all of my recipes over to a new plugin. After hearing about Tasty Recipes, I decided it was time to move forward. Had I known it was going to be so easy, I would have done it a long time ago! With the click of a button (literally), my previous issues were erased, and I had beautifully formatted recipes that coordinated with my site. As a working mom, being able to accomplish so much in ONE naptime was thrilling. Thank you!

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Noelle Tarr

Coconuts and Kettlebells

I have been concentrating on growing my website following over the last year. Through listening to Bjork and the Food Blogger Pro Podcast, I have learned so much about SEO and valuable plugins to use to increase your social media presence on outlets like Pinterest. Using this plugin I was able to easily add Pinterest text to my image descriptions. Within a week I have noticed a big increase in followings on Pinterest. I have loved using this plugin!!

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Mollie Tunitsky

FitFabFODMAP

It was incredibly important to me to find a plugin that made it easy for users to access my recipes, whether they wanted to print, or just to read more easily on their phones. It was also critical that we found a plugin that had schema markup locked down tight so that we didn’t have to worry about what was or wasn’t going to show up in Google’s search results. The ease of use of Tasty Recipes is an added bonus and we couldn’t be happier with the support.

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Morgan Crutchfield

Off the Rails

This came at the perfect time! I’m just starting to dive into SEO. Before, I didn’t care too much about what the alt tag said, I only cared about the Pinterest description. Then this email about Tasty Pins landed in my inbox and solved the problem before I even had a chance to worry about it too much! It works great and gives me everything I need for Pinterest and SEO. Thanks guys!

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Karen

The Food Charlatan

Pinterest is essential for driving traffic to my blog. It was also my downfall. You can imagine my excitement when Tasty Pins was created! I love, love this plug in. It has been one of the best investments I have made. It is so easy to use. Once you upload a photo to your media file everything you need to create an awesome Pinnable image is right there. It is a great time saver!

When you purchase this plugin, you will receive two tutorials. One focuses on writing great Pinterest descriptions and the other is on Alt Tags. (I needed help on both of those areas.)

Don’t waste any time. Purchase Tasty Pins today! Your blog will thank you! šŸ™‚

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Bridget Towery

Baking with Bridget

The Tasty Pins plugin is really easy to use and it’s very helpful. Using it means that my images are optimized for SEO with proper alt text, making them accessible, and also the optimizes those same images for Pinterest. It’s a win-win in a super user-friendly package!

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Julia

Imagelicious

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