These three different posts about cheeseburger recipes vary in terms of their visual appeal, detail, etc. The first recipe, taken from a blog called Erica’s recipes, begins the post with an attention-grabbing picture of the burger which she will teach her followers how to make in her recipe. To the right of the picture, there is a picture of Erica and a brief description about herself and how she posts recipes for foods that are both healthy and “indulgent” (this one definitely being an indulgent one!) The rest of this post involves a list of ingredients and actual directions on how to make the burger. The next blog, called Nick Eats Food, differs from Erica’s blog because there are a lot more pictures and visuals which Nick uses about how to make the burger. Also, the pictures come before most of the directions and recipe. They are posted right underneath each other in a sequential format to take the reader step by step visually about how to make this recipe. This recipe seemed to have appealed to viewers more than Erica’s blog because Nick has more comments underneath his recipe than Erica did. The last blog is different from Erica’s and Nick’s because there is no clear name provided of who is sharing this recipe or who’s blog this recipe belongs too. The site actually seems like more of an article or website page than a blog because unlike the first two examples, there is nothing much on this blog to give it a personal touch and its layout is very standard rather than original. There is a small picture of the burger on the left side of the page and then the recipe right below. Also, there’s only one comment on this post, suggesting that perhaps this blog post would not be as appealing to readers as the other two examples I used. Overall, I definitely prefer Erica’s and Nick’s blogs because they had more visual appeal, added personal touches and elements of themselves on their blog post, and provided their readers with more details about how to successfully tackle these burger recipes.