If you’re trying to build your restaurant’s social media audience and take your Instagram marketing to the next level, here are 10 of the best chefs to follow on Instagram.
Here are examples of brands that do customer service on social media right.
In an effort to emphasize its position as a critical tool in delivering top-notch customer service, Twitter recently introduced new display options and tools.
Here’s a look at how the social media movement is influencing the restaurant industry — and vice versa.
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The hospitality industry can benefit from tapping into the popular and vibrant Pokemon Go trend, and integrating it into their overall content marketing and social media strategies.
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The Grounds of Alexandria cafe in Sydney uses a stylist and a horticulturist to bring out the beauty of everything they serve. #TheGrounds has become the sixth most Instagrammed location in Australia
Social proof is important to guests and consumers. Now let’s look at the practical applications of social proof for hotels and restaurants.
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Here are a variety of approaches that are being used to promote and market catering brands.
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LA agency High Wide & Handsome hired renowned food blogger Julie Lee of Julie’s Kitchen to be the agency’s “food artist-in-residence.”