Sell on AmateurRecipes

Sell on AmateurRecipes

MILLIONS OF CHEFS CAN’T WAIT TO SEE YOUR RECIPES

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BUILD YOUR OWN BRAND

 

 

Submit your recipes and start earning. Join Amateur Recipes's global community of contributors and earn money doing what you love.
Publish recipes - Make money from home.

 

Simple, transparent, secure

 

No additional monthly fees

Secure transactions

 

Automatic deposits

Seller protection

 

 

What can you sell on AmateurRecipes?

Amateur Recipes  is a marketplace where millions of people around the world connect to make, sell, and buy unique recipes.

 

Become a Contributor

Create

Produce high-quality recipesand photos, videos for our customers to view and learn

 

Submit

Upload your recipeswith our easy-to-use platform, and get tips for success.

Get paid

Make money every timeyour content is downloaded by one of our worldwide customers.

 

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FrequentlyAsked Questions

Here are some common questions about selling on Amateur Recipes.

 

How much am I paid on AmateurRecipes?

- Commission up to 40%.

Any tips for me ?

·        Make sure it’s tasty. Spend time in developing the recipes and have a variety of friends and family members try recreating it from your recipe. This way you know you have everything developed properly and that it tastes good. No one wants to pay for a crummy recipe.

·        Pictures sell. If you’replanning on selling a recipe, you need a really compelling picture (or two) to go with it. Consider adding a step-by-step picture tutorial to increase the perceived value.Good quality photos(especially of the needed ingredients and the end results).

·        Write a great description. Why should someone buy your recipe? Your description needs to be well written, and show why it’s worth the money. Is it an award winner? Do the kids all scarf itdown? What makes this recipe worth paying for? If you want to sell , you’ll need to prove somehow that they are worth spending money on.

·        Use common ingredients. People are more likely to buy a recipe if they don’t have to search for other uses to use aspecialized ingredient. Keep your ingredients reasonable in terms of price, and common.

·        Solve a problem. Do you specialize in helping busy moms get dinner on the table quickly? Are you the star at makingmultiple meals at once so you can freeze them? Think of a problem your audience has that you can solve with your recipe or a recipe collection. Package them in ways that make sense and help your buyers.

·        Your recipe needs to be new and notobvious to others. So, fried rice, half fry eggs etcare not earning you any money.

 

Do I have to add a payment card or be charged a fee when selling on AmateurRecipes?

-  Absolutely not, just set up an account and post it. But add payment so we can pay you commission.

How does my recipe show up on Amateur Recipes?

- Select "sell" when you upload the recipe.

How can I have customers trust and purchase?

- Make customers trust your profile - Set real avatar, identity part should be public, invest in"About me"

- Take good care of my recipe- Recipe is really good, let's try it many times - The quality and accuracy ofthe recipe always comes first.

- Write good description,focus on recipe, deliciousness or uniqueness and interesting experience when processing and enjoying.

- Please pay attention to the pictures and videos (if any) but be honest, we will test very carefully to ensure the customer experience

- There should be a photo of all ingredients for the recipe on the table

- Write down the steps to be performed really carefully, as specific as possible

- Should have tips / notes when doing recipes, always have it

- Share your Amateur Recipes and recipe profiles with family, friends and social networks, groups that you think someone will like.

- The Amateur Recipes search engine will lead the customer to you

Show customers the value of your recipe, and they'll buy it and leave a good review

- Reply to customer messages if they have questions about your recipe

Why is my recipe rejected?

- Content is from online recipes (if the online source is yours, we need to verify your information)

- Use the title already set -add your name or the person who gave you the formula in the title

- Plagiarism and add or remove online recipes to create a new recipe, deceiving buyers

- Copy someone else's photo(you can be sued)

- The image is not of a quality guarantee (best to shoot with the camera)

What should I do to avoid banning my account:

- Do not copy other people'sr ecipes, modify and spam

- Do not comply with the communication rules of AmateurRecipes

- Modify other people's recipes deceive consumers

- Bad review by too many ,administrators will review your account and recipes

- Spam multiple accounts

- Fraud

- Fake review

- Spoil recipes

 

When and how do I get paid?

- Enter Paypal or Payoneer inthe payment section

- At the end of the month, we will make the settlement for you

- You will receive the money after 7 days

 

Is my Recipe safe on Amateur Recipes ? 

As the US Copyright office states:

“Mere listings of ingredientsas in recipes, formulas, compounds, or prescriptions are not subject to copyright protection. However, when a recipe or formula is accompanied by substantial literary expression in the form of an explanation or directions, or when there is a combination of recipes, as in a cookbook, there may be a basis for copyright protection.”

 

Copyright doesnot protect recipes. But they are safe on our marketplace.

Before you sell your recipe online, you need to ensure you own the right.

Under copyright laws, making minor changes to an already existing recipe is not sufficient to avoid infringement charges.

The copyright to the images belong to the photographer. We are merely selling them for you.

 

Any photos uploaded must be taken by you actually making the recipe.

Ingredient lists can be copied from elsewhere.They are considered factual.

Method text cannot be copied. Always use your own words when describing method, even if the method has not changed.

Amateur Recipes assumes exclusive copyright ofany text and images uploaded as part of a recipe.

How can I take good pictures?

*Good lighting. Don't use a flash, and try and use natural light. Try and take your pictures by a window, or even outside. Or use take them in a room that hasgood lighting in the first place.

* Keep your pictures clean. Try and keep other clutter out of the shot, and try and keep a clean background. Chopping boards and backdrops with too much going on can have a negative impact on your images.

* Cover the steps. Rather than just including one image, take pictures that detail the different steps of the recipe. You don't have to have them all, but step-by-step images are very helpful.