The food service business is huge – new restaurants open every day, but many of them fail. Are you doing all you can to get the customers you deserve?
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Learn how your business can add Twitter followers quickly and effectively. Make the most of your social media campaign with these tips!
Modern companies simply must dip into the social media pool to succeed, but a few mistakes could lead to reputation disaster, as well as fewer customers.
If consumers can’t understand what you’re trying to tell and sell them, it’s useless. It is vital to know what messages work for business’ target audience, but why?
Many restaurant owners mention that they’re getting an influx of new customers due to efforts on Instagram, YouTube and the newest social media darling; Pinterest
Two of the most commonly used marketing medium nowadays are search and social media. The question is, which of them produces more leads?
Are you struggling to get more traffic from Twitter? It’s not as difficult as you may think. Learn more here.
Welcome to our very first #TYBspotlight where we feature David Glynn who is responsible for Sales & Marketing at the McWilliam Park Hotel. In this interview David talks about being named the ‘Best Hotel in Mayo’, the Irish hotel sector – and how online and social media are contributing to their success.
You know that social media marketing is a key component of any successful business initiative. You’ve probably read it in articles, seen it on the news and heard it from customers. When it comes to running a lasting business that experiences regular growth, a social media presence is critical.
Social signals as we know them have been all the rage in the SEO sphere in the past two years or so. Danny Sullivan first wrote a thought-provoking article on social signals and their impact in SEO way back in December of 2010. That’s seems like an awfully long time ago, but Matt Cutts did confirm his strong speculation a few days later. Since then, social signals have continued to grow in importance.