To conclude this series on social media for restaurants, let’s take a few minutes to tie it all together. Once you decide which combination of Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Foursquare, Pinterest, YouTube, Instagram, Vine, LinkedIn, etc.
It’s hard to believe that Pinterest is already nearing its fourth anniversary, but as visual media continues to grow in importance, it has evolved and maintained its relevancy as one of the top social media networks.
For better or for worse, tweeting has changed the way people speak and write. Twitter is now an important tool for communicating promotions, photos, links, and news—and whether or not you’re a fan of the shorthand language that tends to crop up on Twitter, it all happens in 140 characters or less.
In this third installment of our social media series, I’m not just suggesting you claim your business on Foursquare, I’m urging you to embrace location-based marketing. And Foursquare makes it easy for you!There are two major reasons you need to head to Foursquare today.
Lights, camera, action! In advertising circles, “video content marketing” is one of the most buzzworthy concepts right now. Let’s discuss how your full-service restaurant can take advantage of YouTube’s user-friendly platform to host and share your on-camera stories.
Over the next few months, we're looking at a few ways your full-service restaurant can take advantage of social media’s most popular channels. Not every platform will fit into your overall marketing strategy, but understanding how to connect with your customers within each network will help you decide which ones are best for you.
This year, one of the hottest summer restaurant trends is adding the flavor of smoke to your menu. Whether you blame it on the explosion of bacon popularity or something else altogether, restaurant-goers are seeking four-alarm sizzle with a smoky taste.