restaurant marketing

Don't Compete: Work With Your Neighbors

Don't Compete: Work With Your Neighbors

The more reasons you give for people to come out to your neighborhood to eat, shop and play, the better. Try not to think about each business as competition but as partners.

Rise to Expectations: 4 Innovative Business Hacks for Restaurants

Rise to Expectations: 4 Innovative Business Hacks for Restaurants

Today there are some amazing companies and apps that have transformed life and culture. If you’re a restaurant owner in a metropolitan area, there’s a good chance that some of your patrons arrived at your restaurant in an Uber car. If you need help placing orders with suppliers, you could set up an account with Orderly. These examples can and hopefully will be applied to your business. So let’s get to the list.

5 Instagram Tips For Connecting with Your Customers

5 Instagram Tips For Connecting with Your Customers

When it comes to your business, you need to think of Instagram as a tool to visually interact with your customers, not just to broadcast to them. The platform itself may be free, but it requires an investment of time and staff to be sure it’s being used to its maximum potential.  

Show Your Customers Extra Love with Loyalty Perks

Show Your Customers Extra Love with Loyalty Perks

Customers who feel invested in your business are a dependable stream of income and are fun to have in your restaurant. These relationships take work to establish, but loyal customers are more likely to spend more money and return more often.

6 Tips for Hiring An Effective Wait Staff

6 Tips for Hiring An Effective Wait Staff

Hiring new staff, especially in an industry with such high turnover, is no restaurateurs favorite task. Yet it’s not something you can afford to do poorly because inefficient wait staff and staff turnover costs you money. When it comes to growing your team, remember that the harder you are on hiring, the easier managing will be for you in the future.

Engaging your restaurant customers the way they want to be engaged

Engaging your restaurant customers the way they want to be engaged

Restaurant owners everywhere are struggling to figure out how to communicate with their customers. How can they make a lasting impression on them, such that they want to come back over and over again?