Brand-building tactics for multi-location marketers.

Quick Guide: Digital Coupons for Restaurants

Like other forms of print marketing, paper coupons are dying. Once the highlight of Sunday mornings, they no longer need to be cut, organized, and boxed. They are no longer paper and ink. Sure, 72% of consumers are using more coupons than they did last year. But they use digital coupons, not paper ones.

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You Don’t Need a Lot Of Money or a Production Team for Video Marketing

Food marketing depends on visual quality. That’s why many restaurants are now switching their strategies from older outboard advertising to video marketing. Videos save customers time: a 30-second video can communicate the same amount of information as a 10- to 15-minute article.
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5 Best YouTube Practices for Restaurants

Created by three PayPal employees in February 2005, YouTube has risen from just a few short clips to over 300 hours of video streamed every minute.
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Beginner’s Guide: Video Marketing for Restaurants

Food marketing depends on visual quality. That’s why many restaurants are now switching their strategies from older outboard advertising to video marketing. Videos save customers time: a 30-second video can communicate the same amount of information as a 10- to 15-minute article.
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5 Best Pinning Practices for Restaurants

With 93% of Pinners shopping online in the past six months, marketers plan to increase efforts on Pinterest this year. Restaurants in particular, need to jump on this train. People “eat with there eyes,” which is why food is the most searched and most pinned category.
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6 Overlooked Tools Your Restaurant’s Website Needs

Your restaurant is hot. Real hot. Your next step, you reason, is to create a website. But if you’re not experienced, your website could be like a bad sequel to a good movie. Inconsistent, dry, and boring, your website could turn customers away from your restaurant. Luckily, we’ve got 6 tips to help make sure your website is as hot as your food.
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How to Cook up Your Restaurant Blog

Though they may not reveal all their tricks, with a working blog, restaurant cooks can teach novices the craft of cutlery and the skill of cooking. In fact, in today’s digital world, blogging is the most powerful form of marketing for any restaurant.
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8 Worst Facebook Practices for Restaurants

It occupies the time of 71% of online adults and influences the purchase of more than 47% of Americans. It is, of course, Facebook. Like most marketing mediums, restaurants can use Facebook skillfully, or they can use it clumsily. Are you making these 8 Facebook mistakes?
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Is Your Franchise Marketing So 1990s?

Though most of the world has moved forward in the digital era, many local businesses still market like it’s the 90s. They use traditional marketing tactics, such as …
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6 Tips for Building a Better Restaurant Brand

Building a restaurant’s brand is like perfecting a signature dish: you not only want it to look, taste, and smell perfect once, but you also want perfection for every dish. You want your brand, like your dish, to be consistently good. But building your restaurant’s brand in the 21st century can be tough.
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  • Mike Patton Auto
  • Shell
  • Best Western
  • Lincoln
  • Summit Food Stores
  • Ford
  • Honda

In 2013, our clients received a combined:

55,000,000+
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15,000,000+
job applications

16,000+
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