Twitter of course is a long standing social network that practically every single restaurant has had in their online marketing mix for years. It is simple something that dining consumers expect of your business. However, while you have most certainly adopted this networking channel you may not becoming anywhere near to maximizing its potential. You may have had some success with Twitter as a customer acquisition tool and are now looking to further capitalize on it, or you have had no luck with it at all, and are desperately seeking guidance on how to make it work for you in the same endeavor. No matter the motivation, following the five tips below will help you realize the potential of this often under-utilized social media icon.
Vine may only have 45 million users at the moment but with recent improvements that allow the uploading and editing of existing video it is sure to have a banner year as 2014 transitions into 2015. As a social media marketing tool this video snippet sharing channel offers restaurants a tremendous opportunity to capture the short attention spans of foodies looking for “the next big meal” in their locale. If you truly want to set your eatery above the competition when it comes to online marketing you will want to adopt the use of a Vine, before everyone else starts doing it. Today the SEO (and social) Chefs are offering a few tips to restaurant mastery of this highly visual social medium.