Daniel Kehrer reviews 5 benefits of Twitter for non-tweeters.
By Daniel Kehrer
Jeanne Rossomme of Roadmap Marketing provides expert advice on social media strategies that work for your business.
Learn the best ways to monitor and respond to online reviews of your bar or restaurant.
In “Using Ratings & Review Sites to Market Your Bar or Restaurant,” I covered the basics of how ratings and review sites can benefit your restaurant or bar. In these days of social networking and 24/7 media, many restaurant and bar owners worry that one bad review will tarnish their reputation forever.
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5 Tips for Promoting Your Bar or Restaurant With Facebook By
Are you using Facebook to promote your bar or restaurant? If not, you’re missing out. Facebook has proven to be a valuable marketing tool for millions of small businesses— and bars and restaurants are among those that can benefit the most.
Small-business expert Rieva Lesonsky provides 5 tips on building successful social media campaigns on Facebook and Twitter.
By Rieva Lesonsky
Author and USA Today columnist Steve Strauss provides tips for small businesses getting started on social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Q: Hi Steve, We have never used social media for our business. Don't know where to start and how to master it. Please advise. Thanks. — Sonia
Robbin Block discusses some of social media's many implications on the crafting and execution of winning small business marketing plans.
Expert Tips: Beyond Social Media
with Robbin Block: Owner, Blockbeta Marketing
What’s the biggest misperception about social media’s role in marketing, and what should entrepreneurs really be doing as they map out a new small business?
Q: Like so many small business people these days I suppose, I am getting my feet wet with social media. I have a Facebook account and am getting involved in LinkedIn which I like a lot. That all said, I am not sure it is worth all of the effort. How can I tell?
Q: Like so many small business people these days I suppose, I am getting my feet wet with social media. I have a Facebook account and am getting involved in LinkedIn which I like a lot. That all said, I am not sure it is worth all of the effort. How can I tell? - Jan
Social Media has taken over most conversations in the realm of communications and marketing. Some people think that social media will cure all. The truth is that the technology behind social media has just made it easier for professionals in the communications industry to connect with their audiences more than ever before.
By Michael Pranikoff, Director, Emerging Media, PR Newswire