At Social Hospitality, we offer digital marketing services tailored to you. Whether you want us to do the work for you or provide a plan of attack and training, we’re here to help passionate people and businesses develop their brand identities, create engaging content, and build their social media presences. Based on your company’s individual needs, we will craft a custom marketing strategy to increase traffic, brand awareness, and revenue.

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Meet our Founder and President, Debbie Miller

Since long before the internet, Debbie Miller loved to write. When a marketing internship at a destination marketing organization turned into a full-time gig during the dawn of social media for business, Debbie knew she’d found her calling. Debbie now has 10 years experience in digital marketing, content development, and social media. She speaks at industry events and has been featured in Forbes, Search Engine Journal, Social Media Today, Business2Community, Maximize Social Business, SEMrush, and more.

Latest Blog Posts

3 Public Relations Strategies that Help Boost Social Media Growth

“Growth hacking” is a popular term these days. For many, though, it’s easier said than done. When it comes to social media, several tried-and-true public relations practices can create effective growth hacking strategies. Here are three key public relations tactics that can help lead to significant growth on social media.

3 Travel Brands Crushing Influencer Marketing

With the rise of social media, a new kind of celebrity emerged: the social media influencer. This introduces a new concept called influencer marketing. Influencer marketing works for most industries, and especially for travel. Influencers are fantastic content creators and their content can make businesses more relatable and attractive to potential customers.

Social Media Do’s and Don’ts for Restaurants

Many eateries rely solely on the power of social media to pique people’s interest. Of course, this method only works if you know how to post and share so viewers will want to visit your establishment. Here are some of the most significant social media do’s and don’ts for your restaurant.

Facebook Live and Stories: Organic Reach is Still Alive

You’ve probably heard organic reach on Facebook is dead. Facebook makes money from advertisers, so they want businesses to run ads. While Facebook curtailed the reach you get from standard posts, Facebook Live and Facebook Stories allow marketers to still attain a strong organic reach.

How to use Snapchat for Events

There are many benefits of using Snapchat for events. Real-time storytelling before, during, and after the event can be done on Snapchat. Geofilters also provide marketers a unique opportunity. Event professionals should consider this platform to reach demographics that can be hard to reach.

Customer Service in the Digital Age: 3 Major Trends to Follow

The digital age has revolutionized the way we experience most aspects of our lives. Modern technology gives us information at our fingertips (and in our pockets). Here are several important factors for adapting to customer service in the digital age.