Food Site Advertising

Because of the number of advertising requests received and my limited time to take care of them, and to provide my visitors and potential ad clients with a reliable system, I've chosen to use the proven performance of Google Ad Words exclusively for the ads published on this popular recipe website.

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Reach Your Potential Customers

Advertisers both large and small can place text, image, and video ads on my site by joining Google Ad Words. Google's program permits advanced targeting of ads, offers affordable ad costs, and is easily manageable for the marketer.

You can place your ads on this website simply by setting up a placement-targeted Ad Words campaign. Think of it as your recipe for increased sales.

Your ads can be placed above the fold (ATF) site-wide (ROS) throughout the 425-page domain, or you can place your ads in several highly targeted ad placements (channels) created for this domain to laser target your campaign:

  • All Recipe Pages ATF
  • All Recipe Pages BTF

Placements identified with ATF are positioned beneath the first paragraph, near the top of the content columns they appear on, as recommended by Google — a prime location to attract the attention of your potential customers on both mobile and desktop platforms.

Why Advertise on This Website?

The Google Ad Words program reaches your target audience exactly when they are searching for food-related information within your product sector. It takes persistent and repetitive ad exposure on a trusted authority site to deliver the results you want.

A recipe website has the power to reach those highly-targeted customers 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, and year-round. It never stops working for you. Google site demographics indicate that 73% of our visitors are females and 71% are between the ages 35 and 65. They tend to be cooking enthusiasts, foodies, value shoppers, family-focused, and lovers of theater and TV entertainment.

According to Alexa's recognized traffic measuring service, ranks in the top 5% of over 30 million tracked websites worldwide. That's quite an achievement for a small recipe site. You can verify the current traffic ranking of this site at, owned by Amazon.

Visitors enjoy the unique vintage flavor of this site, often printing out pages that feature recipes they always wanted to try, or recipes that remind them of The Good Old Days and absent loved ones.

Internet users are consistently searching for dessert recipes the year-round, and especially during the traditional holiday seasons. Grandma's old fashioned, homemade recipes are especially eye-catching and in demand.

Don't miss out on this simple, cost-effective advertising opportunity. Showcase your business on this site today using the Google Ad Words program.

Don Bell

Don Bell, Webmaster

P.S. — A BIG THANK YOU TO MY CURRENT ADVERTISORS. My website would not be the success it is without your valued support.

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Grandma's button hooks for  fastening tight buttons on leather boots and gloves.