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There is no shortage of food social media sites. While you should never try to be on every one of them, it is a good idea for a food business to try a few and focus on those that match the brand and will get you closer to your marketing goals.

This list of food social media sites is not meant to be comprehensive, but we will do our best to update it as we learn of new sites that look like they’ll be around for awhile.

The big players

Facebook

FourSquare

Google+

Instagram

LinkedIn

Periscope

Pinterest

Snapchat

Tumblr

Twitter

YouTube

Vine

 

Food industry

Food Service

Good Food Web

FohBoh

Industry.co

 

Content aggregators

Delicious

Digg

Food (make shopping lists, too)

Food Press

Kitchen Bug

Punk Domestics (content aggregation for home food preservation)

Reddit

StumbleUpon

Technorati

 

Photo sharing

DelishBook

Dishfolio

Finding Vegan

Flickr

FoodEpix

FoodiePortal

Food Foto Gallery

Food Gawker

Food Porn Daily

Food Spreading

Fridgg

Healthy Aperture

Local Food Lab

POPSUGAR Food

TasteSpotting

YumGoggle

 

Recipe sharing

AllRecipes

Bake Space (Make your own cookbook!)

Cook Eat Share

Daily Buzz – Food

EatingWell

Epicurious Community (conversation, too)

Family Oven (featured brands section)

Food52 (contests, forum, and more, too)

Foodily

Foodista

Group Recipes

Key Ingredient

Kitchn

My Recipes

My Taste

Nibble Dish

Nosh On It

Recipe Chart

RecipesGawker

Recipe Graze

Recipe Key (recipe search based on dietary restrictions and what’s in pantry)

Stalkerville (home for chowstalker and dessertstalker: gluten-free recipe sites based on paleo principles)

Taste Book (make your own cookbooks, too)

Tasteologie

Tasty Kitchen (community section, too)

We Eatt

WholeYum

Yummly

 

Reviews

Chow (recipes and forum, too)

Friends Eat (recipes, too)

Foodspotting (reviews dishes, not restaurants)

Zomato (formerly Urbanspoon)

Yelp

 

Misc.

BlogHer Food (food bloggers)

Additional Reading: Make Your Startup Food Biz Look Big With These Special Tips

 

Image Source: Geek Cake Shop

Sara Lancaster

About Sara Lancaster

Sara is The Condiment Marketing Co.’s founder and creative director. She oversees client relationships, strategic marketing plans, as well as a bit of copywriting and social media management.