iFood.tv is a multi-platform video channel for food and cooking content. iFood.tv videos are available on the web (www.ifood.tv), mobile devices (iOS and Android), and Connected TV platforms (Roku, Boxee, Google TV and others). Within a short period of time, iFood.tv has not only curated the largest library of cooking videos but also become the most-trafficked site in the food-video space. Businesses are increasingly using the platform to connect with their target audience and drive awareness for their brands and products.
We have worked with 600+ video producers to bring foodies around the world the largest video recipe library on the web. The content varies from recipes to instructional how-to videos to educational videos. If you are looking to partner with us, send us an email: biz @ ifood dot tv.
A growing network (currently 100+) of sites is using ifood.tv for their monetization need. Our audience is segmented into smaller, niche networks (ex: Vegan, Raw, Wine, Cocktails etc) that can be individually targeted to deliver high impact campaigns for brands.
Given the specificity with which consumers are now selecting their food, it is imperative that brands target the correct audience. Advertising on mass-market channels does not help. Through our technology and publisher network, iFood.tv provides brands with access to niche audience at scale.
Through iFood.tv, users can be targeted on web sites and blogs, across social media platforms, mobile devices, and Connected TV platforms. iFood.tv gets videos produced, blogs written, deals “liked,” and coupons tweeted seamlessly across multiple platforms.
iFood.tv helps brands connect with their audience in an environment that fits into the look and feel of a particular context and user-experience. This ensures that users engage with the message, spread it by word-of-mouth, and kick-start the grass-root campaign.
With an MBA from Columbia, Alok’s expertise is in the New Media industry. Enter ifood.tv, an outlet where Alok can satisfy both his intellectual and culinary passions.
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Vikrant spent over ten years of his career helping startups launch cool products and have successful exits. Now, he serves as the "single malt" expert at ifood.tv.
The only time to eat diet food is while you’re waiting for the steak to cook.