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Redefining  Monetization

Monetization for food creators often comes from brand deals, cookbooks, and blogs. Yet, it's not the path taken by successful ventures like NYT Cooking, which opt for subscriptions. At Provecho, after experimenting with ads, ebooks, and selling recipes, we found that subscriptions were the clear winner for enhancing the cooking journey, securing long-term revenue, and building community. Why isn't this approach more widespread? Well, some creators are on board, using platforms like Substack and Patreon to offer subscriptions. But these platforms aren't tailored for food enthusiasts or their websites. That's the gap we fill. We provide you with the capability to launch a website with the sophistication of NYT Cooking, crafted for your unique brand. It's as straightforward to manage as Linktree and as powerful as the best in the industry. A better business model for food creators.

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