Google Search Console (GSC) is a free tool that enables you to monitor your website. Using GSC, you can see what keywords bring in the most traffic, check for Search Engine Optimization (SEO) errors, and more. It’s the Swiss Army knife of SEO tools. However, all that complexity can make it seem intimidating to get started.
The good news is that Google Search Console is remarkably simple to set up. Additionally, if you couple it with a plugin like Recipe Card Blocks, you can use it to monitor the recipe structured data you’ve added to your content.
In this article, we’ll talk about why you should be using Google Search Console for your food blog and how to set it up. Let’s get to it!
Looking for a way to boost engagement on your food blog? Use Recipe Rich Pins.
Many people use Pinterest nowadays to find recipes and full meal prep techniques rather than flipping through a hefty cookbook. This is because the platform makes it easy for users to view ingredients and recipes in a visually attractive post-style format rather than reading them in plain text form from your food blog or from a cookbook.
However, you will need a way to create Recipe Rich Pins on your food blog to present your recipes in a visually-appealing and engaging way.
In this post, we’ll explain how you can create and use Recipe Rich Pins on your food blog.
We’re excited to announce the release of Recipe Card Blocks PRO 5.2.0, which introduces a powerful new feature that will make your recipe management easier than ever. Now, you can effortlessly import recipes from the WP Recipe Maker plugin right into Recipe Card Blocks PRO. In this blog post, we’ll dive into the details of this game-changing feature and walk you through how to use it.
About 60% of home cooks feel burnt out and make the same recipes over and over. As a food blogger, you may also fall into this rut. To consistently post new content, it’s important to find recipe inspiration.
Fortunately, there are many ways you can discover new recipes. This process can involve subscribing to a food magazine, following another food blogger, or eating at restaurants. With these methods, you’ll easily find cooking ideas for your followers.
In this post, we’ll show you ten different ways to find recipe inspiration for your food blog. Let’s get started!