Although certain areas of the country are beginning to open up more fully for indoor dining, new challenges are still emerging each day for the restaurant industry during the coronavirus pandemic. In order to secure a consistent revenue stream and bolstered brand awareness, restaurant owners are implementing creative and unique tactics for marketing their business
It’s no secret that COVID-19 has ignited many challenges for the restaurant industry. From having to close dine-in service and maneuver to a takeout/delivery model, to beginning the unpredictable process of reopening and rehiring, many owners are employing creative marketing strategies to help soften the financial blows that restaurants are experiencing during coronavirus. Take a
You know you have to do it, but the process seems utterly overwhelming. And the rules are changing every day. How can I use social media for restaurants? We break the question down into the four distinct challenges that every restaurant faces in today’s evolving online environment: Grasping the basics of social media for restaurants
Once upon a time, owners across the map turned their noses up at social media for restaurants, claiming it was a fad or a waste of time and money to invest in. In reality, social media was a powerful tool that, taken seriously, could explode the potential of a restaurant or other business’s online presence. And
It’s not quite the white whale of the restaurant business, but one of the trickier elements of running a successful restaurant in the 21st century is developing a following with online foodies. Many of these consumers write their own blogs, do freelance food reviews, or just have a strong following on different social media platforms.
At the NRA Show this year, one of the most exciting attractions was the Tech Pavilion: a hub for all things technology-related — from cutting-edge digital marketing solutions to smart software that can help restaurants track customer behavior and consumption patterns. To add to the diverse array of product demonstrations at the Pavilion, attendees of
You get it – you know your restaurant needs to be active on social media. Whether Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or Instagram, these platforms are great (and free) tools for social media marketing for restaurants, allowing you to promote your business to an engaged consumer audience. But it’s not just tech-savvy 20-somethings and teens using these
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: We’re living in a digital age, a time when nearly everyone is online — and increasingly so. It’s no longer a question of whether your restaurant should be on social media. Now, it’s just a question of how you can leverage social media for your business.
Have you ever looked at your competitors’ Twitter or Facebook pages and thought, “Who has time to log in every few hours to post and respond to comments?” We know that with everything that goes into running a restaurant, you certainly don’t. But the truth is, most of those social media mavens out there don’t