Twitter blew up recently in defence of women who write online recipes after a site wanted to publish their recipes without ads or backstories. Photo: Shutterstock
Twitter blew up recently in defence of women who write online recipes after a site wanted to publish their recipes without ads or backstories. Photo: Shutterstock
Susan Jung
Opinion

Opinion

Feast or Famine by Susan Jung

Twitter post about ‘fixing’ online recipes by removing backstories and ads missed the point

  • Social media reacted mostly with anger to the proposal to post recipes without the writers’ stories about them, or ads – and rightly so
  • Ads help food bloggers monetise their work, and many followers are interested in the stories behind recipes

Twitter blew up recently in defence of women who write online recipes after a site wanted to publish their recipes without ads or backstories. Photo: Shutterstock
Twitter blew up recently in defence of women who write online recipes after a site wanted to publish their recipes without ads or backstories. Photo: Shutterstock
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