How To Sell Your Recipes On Social Media

Are you a food influencer? Or do you just have a bunch of great recipes to share with your followers? In either case, pump the breaks on trying to land a time-consuming publishing deal. As it turns out, you can create and sell Ebooks directly on your social profiles! 

Below, we’ll share how you can sell your recipes with the help of the Sell E-Books & PDFs Koji. 

Koji presents a way for any creator to sell your recipes via social media. Your fans can purchase and download your E-book all without leaving their original browser or social media platform. Just take it from Tasty Shredz, who raked in over $30,000 in one month by selling his fit, high-protein recipes directly from his link in bio:

@withkoji The #creatoreconomy in 2022 is a goldmine. Just ask @TASTY SHREDS. #monetizetiktok #monetize #makemoneyonline #makemoney ♬ A Moment Apart – ODESZA

To get started, simply add the Sell E-Books & PDFs Koji. From there, you can set a price, add a description and thumbnail and you’re done! Customers can pay seamlessly with a credit or debit card and download the E-book directly to their device after completing the 1-click transaction. 

What Is A Koji?

A Koji is a type of interactive media that can help you sell your products, downloads, services or premium content. To create a Koji, simply select a template and customize before sharing the unique URL on Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, WhatsApp, or anywhere else!

You can create as many versions of this Koji as you’d like, even with customized button text and profiles to sell different recipe books or meal plans. 

Don’t forget to let your followers know where they can find your recipes. Pair videos or photos of some of your featured eats with a call to action to your lKojis. This way, your followers can directly support your work and experience the recipes for themselves. 

Selling recipes on social media is an excellent way to build your business with your passion. Have fun sharing your creations with your fanbase! 

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