RACINE, WI, November 15, 2021: This weekend Reciple launched the first ad-free recipe platform that is equitable for small creators. Reciple eliminates the frustrations that users normally have with recipe blogs: slow load times, intrusive pop-ups, and content created to hit a specific word count, while also paying creators up to 10x more than traditional ad platforms.
Partnering directly with small creators, Reciple houses online recipes in a simplified, streamlined way that is ideal for user experience. Users will be able to access these recipes without advertisements or popups and formatted in a way that makes them easy to reference while cooking.
Annie Singer, founder of Reciple says “We all know that recipe blogs are frustrating to cook from, in fact: recipe bloggers are just as frustrated as their readers. I’ve seen a number of companies try to create an ad-free recipe experience, and they all leave out one important factor: the creators. Creators are not only spending a lot of time and energy to develop and share their recipes, but they are also sharing their culture and history with us, all for very little reward. Reciple is the first platform that directly pays small creators to use their work in an ad-free format, allowing them to focus only on the parts of creating that they love.”
Reciple is now offering monthly memberships for $5/mo, annual memberships for $50/year, and single recipe access for $1 per recipe.
To find out more visit https://reciple.com or follow on https://www.instagram.com/recipleapp/
Reciple is an ad-free recipe platform based in Racine, Wisconsin. Led by founder Annie Singer, Reciple provides a more pleasant recipe experience for users, while also paying small creators fairly.
The company is the first to solve the problem of poor recipe user experience by partnering directly with small creators. This allows users to enjoy a more pleasant experience while reducing the barriers creators face to earning an income from important cultural and artistic work.