As the Teuko community — and the lunchbox collection — continues to grow, we often get asked about how to make your lunchbox ideas stand out, how to get featured, or ways to improve your visibility. Two of the easiest ways to gain more visibility with Teuko and make your content stand out: submit lunchbox ideas that are trending, or lunchbox ideas that are are a ‘collection gap’ (a.k.a have limited search results in the Teuko search tool).
Join a Trend, Join the Lunchbox Fun!
There are many collections featured in the Teuko Feed. Among them, the “Trending” collection lets you know the latest lunchbox ideas our community liked best.
Additionally to that, let’s not forget that some times of the year have seasonal joyful events. Our Teuko Team selects some topics and you can find them at the top of the Feed.
Also, the Notification Bell rings sometimes with the message “Challenge Yourself” as our team invites you to join the fun and try packing a lunch with a seasonal ingredient or a fun theme.
Fill the Gap in a Lunchbox Collection
You can also head to the Teuko Search tool and look for an ingredient or a theme of your choice to understand how popular it is at that moment in time.
Here are a few of the gaps we’ve identified in the lunchbox collection that are still highly searched by the community and, if submitted, have a higher chance of gaining more views:
- Seasonal Foods like artichoke, asparagus, beets, brussels sprouts, chards, endives, dates, eggplants, fennel, mushrooms, peas, radishes, rhubarb (yes, kids can eat all of these veggies!)
- Fun Themes like sports, music, pirates, cars, space, video games (Minecraft, Super Mario, Sonic, …), movies (Harry Potter, Star Wars, Marvels, …), dinosaurs, horses, robots.
When uploading your lunchbox idea, don’t forget to tag it correctly for making sure you’ll be discovered more easily by our Teuko community or by the Teuko Team!
And when spotted by the Teuko Team, you get a chance to be featured in our newsletters (sent to +10k subscribers), in our social feeds (+24k followers overall), and in our blog posts (for interviews or for sharing lunchbox tips and easy recipes).