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Pinning 101 for Restaurants
A collection of tips to successfully use Pinterest to market your restaurant.
Online Strategy Tips: Q&A with Cousins Subs
Jaime chats with Kyle McCormick, digital & social media manager at Cousins Subs about everything online.
Claiming Your Listing on the Review Sites
As a restaurant you must be paying attention to the top social review sites. Jaime shares tips as well as a cheat sheet.
More Clicks = More Checks for Your Restaurant
Dave gives some quick tips on PPC advertising for your restaurant.
How to Build a Customer List for Your Restaurant
List building is the crux of the whole restaurant marketing engine. You've got to bake list building into the DNA of your restaurant and your team. Jaime shares a number of tips with you...
How Restaurants Can Use Pinterest and Instagram to Boost Revenues
Zeke tells you how two popular social apps can help your bottom line by creating awareness and free viral marketing for your restaurant.
Three New Tenets of Customer Loyalty
A great chat between Jaime & Jon where they hit on many keys of the restaurant industry including marketing, customer loyalty, mobile, company culture and more.
10 Apps For Your Restaurant's New iPad
Here are ten reasons why your restaurant needs an iPad.
11 Ways Restaurants can Use Google
Google's core is search, yet the company offers so much more than that. With a variety of web based services it's possible for restaurants to utilize Google's various tools for a significant amount of their technology needs.
Google Offers (Beta)
While the verdict is certainly still out of whether daily deal offers are good or bad for restaurants, I wanted to let you know about the newest big name entrant, Google Offers..
Eight SEO Tips for Restaurants
It's a crowded web out there. Having your restaurant easily found by Internet searchers can directly lead to more traffic at your restaurant. It can make a big difference. Here are a number of SEO tips for restaurants.
Google Places for Restaurants
Google Places offers restaurant results that are geographically relevant to the person's location and marked on a map. Google Places includes a number of links people can use to read reviews on the restaurant, contact details, thumbnail photographs and more.
QR Code Best Practices for Restaurants
QR codes, or quick response codes, are digital two-dimensional symbols that customers are able to scan using their mobile smart phone and gain access to specific content online for free. Restaurants use QR codes to offer discounts and special offers, share exclusive content, get instant feedback, and make it simple for individuals to join the email list.
UrbanSpoon and Yelp for Restaurants
The key takeaway for restaurant owners is pay attention to what's being said about your restaurant on Urbanspoon and Yelp. They are two of the most popular online and mobile restaurant guides so you'll want to do your best to have the strongest possible presence on each.
Google +1 for Restaurants
Google recently came out and launched their latest social media endeavor to the world - a new "sharing" button, called Google +1. The concept is quite similar to the "Like" button found on Facebook or the "Digg" button on Digg...
Flickr for Restaurants
Flickr is a great opportunity to get involved with creative marketing and connect to customers through the use of photos. Remember, when it comes to food, if it looks good, more people will be apt to stop by and try it!
Where for Restaurants
WHERE is where, as the website says, individuals can "discover your next favorite place." It is a local search and recommendation website allowing individuals to locate local events and eating establishments, read the reviews and information pertaining to the business, and then write personal reviews of the place.
Top 10 Social Media Must Haves for Restaurants
Numerous businesses today are using social media tools as a form of advertisement because they know the reach it has. Restaurants can use social media to drive traffic to their restaurant website, announce new events, post recipes, hold contests, promote discounts and daily specials, and even give tours of the kitchen and facilities.
For Sale: Making Your Restaurant Website Sell For You
Does your restaurant's web site sell for you? If your site is like most then the answer is probably not. It's an opportunity that the large majority of independent restaurants are not taking advantage of. Let's look at some ways that your restaurant's site can go beyond the basics to help boost your sales and profits by capturing revenue that may currently be going elsewhere.
Getting Your Customers to Order Online
Now more than ever, restaurant patrons want to have the ability to place orders online. Smart operators recognize this and many have enabled their website to take online orders. In so doing, they see less mistakes, higher average tickets and lower labor costs. In addition online ordering enables a restaurant to easily acquire their customer's email address for future marketing purposes.
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