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Foodi FAQ

Welcome to Foodi Hub
Writing Style
Social Media and Sharing
Sourcing and Crediting

Welcome to Foodi Hub

This is the place to share all your Foodi knowledge and secrets with other food-minded individuals.

If you've had a spectacular food experience, know of a new food venue or event, or have noticed a recent fascinating food trend, share it with us here.

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We accept articles on the following:
  • Reviews
  • Features
  • Top X lists
  • Ingredients
  • Dishes
  • Themes
  • Trends
  • Tours
Please tag the relevant topic at the end of each article, preceded by a hash (e.g. #Themes).

Please note
In the interest of keeping the Foodi hub focused on food-related news and experiences, please direct all recipes to RecipeYum.

While there are bound to be the occasional not-so-great experiences, please maintain an overall positive note in each article and refrain from excessive negativity.

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Writing Style

While the Foodi hub aims to share personal food experiences and knowledge with its readers, we are looking for a journalistic approach to articles more formal than what is generally found in Hubgarden.

As such, please refrain from using the following:
  • Abbreviations - such as GF (gluten-free) or similar, that are not names of places or organisations (examples: CBD and ANZ)
  • Colloquialisms - slang (local or otherwise), words like 'yep', 'nope', 'nah'
  • Internet or Text-speak - LOL, OMG, and emoticons
Colloquialisms may be used when illustrating or highlighting an important point, but this should be done sparingly and with discretion.

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Social Media and Sharing

Articles on Foodi Hub will automatically be considered for sharing on social media, particularly on the Foodi Facebook page.

In order for your article to be shared, please include at least one landscape-oriented, high quality image in your article.

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Sourcing and Crediting

Please make sure all your information and image sources are properly credited.

These should be placed:
  • As an in-text hyperlink
  • In the caption (for images and videos)
For more information on how to share images, videos, and include links in your article, visit the HubGarden FAQ.

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All articles should be tagged with the following as relevant:
  • City
  • Topic (see Topics)
  • #Articles
Please note: The "Articles" tag must be included in order to appear on the Foodi Hub main page.

You may also create additional tags relevant to your article, but these may be edited to conform with existing categories.

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All articles are automatically considered for Bronze, Silver, and Gold awards, provided they meet the following criteria:

Articles must promote Australia-based content. Content from outside Australia is most welcome, but will be ineligible for writer awards.

Articles previously published on other platforms (e.g. WeekendNotes, other hubs, and external sites), will not be published on Foodi Hub, unless they:
  • Are comprised of at least 75% original content
  • Contain no copied text
  • Have a different focus to the previous article
You can write about a topic you have previously written about before, provided you produce fresh, original content. Articles using images previously published elsewhere will only be eligible for Silver or Bronze awards.

Bronze Award ($1)
  • Require minimal editing
  • Contain at least one image
  • Be at least 300 words long

Silver Award ($5)
  • Require minimal editing
  • Contain at least three images and/or videos
  • Be at least 400 words long

Gold Award ($10)
  • Be of high quality, requiring little to no editing
  • Contain at least five images and/or videos
  • Be between 500-1000 words long
  • Be relevant, engaging and shareable on social media
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