Recip.ly is a new recipe content website and you can now find me and my recipes there!
Let me first get this out of the way, I’m still posting every recipe and interview here on RedBeansAndEric.com, that’s not going away anytime soon, but after the recipes are published here, they’ll soon appear on the Recip.ly recipe website and completely ad-free and without any of the extras.
What is Recip.ly?
It’s pronounced reci-PLEE. It’s a subscription-based recipe website and they are completely different than any other recipe website out there.
The main difference you’ll notice is that they are the first premium ad-free subscription-based recipe platform. The website will have all of your favorite blogger’s and recipe developers’ recipes without all of those annoying ads and popups.
What Do You Get with Recip.ly?
It’s actually what you don’t get when you subscribe. With your paid subscription (or with the free trial) you’ll have unlimited access to all of the recipes on the website without any distractions, ads, or popups.
Another part of Recip.ly you will notice, and love is that all of the recipes are posted first. You won’t have to scroll past all of the other content most bloggers add to their articles (you know, those personal stories?).
You get the recipe first and foremost. Then you can decide if you want to keep reading or you have the option to visit the actual website for more – or keep searching Recip.ly for more recipes. Currently, there are over 5000 recipes and more and more content is added every day.
What’s in it for me?
As a content creator and recipe developer, why would I want you to see my recipes somewhere else?
This is from Recip.ly:
What it comes down to is, creators deserve to get paid for their work. Even with advertisements, popups, and brand partnerships, most recipe creators don’t even earn a minimum wage for the number of hours they spend on their blog — much less a living wage. Recip.ly provides an additional, low maintenance revenue stream to help bloggers earn more from content they have already created. Our platform is designed to outperform even premium ad networks like Mediavine by at least 10x in terms of cost per recipe view.
In the end, if you visit my recipes, I can earn money.
I’ll be the first one to tell you, that I hate ads on the website. I hate it. I’ve taken them off from time to time because I hate the look it brings to the site. I try and keep them to a minimum though I’m encouraged to use the full max push. There are no popups here. No videos. I try not to annoy you but I also need to pay the bills.
If you love searching for recipes but you don’t want to get bogged down by unnecessary stories or a plethora of ads and videos randomly popping up and slowing you down, then Recip.ly might be what you’re looking for.
How to sign up for Recip.ly?
Currently, they are running a free 3-month trial. You can find out more information and sign up by following this link: https://recip.ly/subscribe/
I do not get paid anything if you sign up or click through. There are no commission links or affiliate programs here. There are no codes or anything to that. All you have to do is visit their website and find the subscribe button. It’s that easy.
The best part is that it’s a win-win. You get recipes without ads, and if you find me, I’ll earn a little revenue just by you landing on one of my recipes.
Let me know when you sign up in the comment section below and be sure to find me on Recip.ly at https://recip.ly/creators/red-beans-and-eric/!
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Eric Olsson is the food blogger of RedBeansAndEric.com. He publishes new recipes and interviews weekly. He has developed recipes and written articles for the famous Camellia brand in New Orleans, Louisiana. He has been mentioned in Louisiana Cookin‘ magazine and has had recipes featured in Taste of Home magazine – with his Creole Turkey recipe being runner up in their annual Thanksgiving recipe contest. He lives outside of Detroit, Michigan, with his wife and four children.