Unfortunately we cannot disclose this yet as the app is still in development stage. It will vary by recipe, but we will know more when we enter beta testing. We’re due to begin a Kickstarter campaign soon to gain exposure and day one downloaders.
There will be a link from your profile in the app to your website.
From your point of view the whole process is automated. We use your RSS feed to pull in new recipes as you add them to the blog.
Yes. Every recipe you add will be attributed to you and will link back to your profile on HeyFood.
Yes you can, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll remove all content within 7 days.
Being with [ad network name] for your ads won’t conflict with us because we aren’t an advertising network and our traffic would be a totally seperate source. Our revenue comes from in-app subscription fees so we would basically be paying you each time one of your recipes gets viewed.
Yes of course. Our agreement is a non-exclusive one meaning that you can publish your recipes anywhere else you see fit.
Yes, see above.
Yes, see above.
Due to the way our revenue model works (subscriptions rather than advertising), we are able to offer much higher CPM rates, starting at $10. There aren’t many advertising networks that can come close to that figure and the best part is that money earned through HeyFood will always be seperate to web advertising on your blog.
Payments will be made on a Net 45 basis (for example, ad revenue booked during the month of June would be paid out on or before August 15th). We will support wire transfers and PayPal payments to begin with.
Publishers will have access to enterprise level analytics in order to track exactly where revenue is coming from along with which recipes are the most popular.
Looking for general FAQs? View them here.