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Asian Male Restaurant5 Tips for Promoting Your Bar or Restaurant With Facebook By

Rieva Lesonsky

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.

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Reiva Lesonsky HeadshotRieva Lesonsky is CEO of GrowBiz Media, a media company that helps entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses. Follow Rieva at Twitter.com/Rieva and visit her blog atSmallBizDaily.com. Visit her website SmallBizTrendCast to get the scoop on business trends and sign up for Rieva’s free TrendCast reports.

Your customers have many choices these days when they go out to eat, drink and socialize. How can you ensure your bar or restaurant stands out from the crowd? For a bar or restaurant, getting involved in the community is key to success. Here are five ways to make your establishment stand out.

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SPIKE TV

SPIKE is honored to be among such influential companies. We are a national leader in programming that supports small business and entrepreneurship, while simultaneously entertaining the heck out of people. The brand speaks to men’s adventurous side – to work harder, be stronger and to make as much as possible along the way.

 

 

Reiva Lesonsky HeadshotRieva Lesonsky is CEO of GrowBiz Media, a media company that helps entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses. Follow Rieva at Twitter.com/Rieva and visit her blog atSmallBizDaily.com. Visit her website SmallBizTrendCast to get the scoop on business trends and sign up for Rieva’s free TrendCast reports.

Are you using Twitter to market your bar or restaurant? Here’s the skinny: Twitter lets you send short messages (up to 140 characters) called “tweets” to your “followers” and forward other people’s tweets (“retweeting”). While Twitter is still used by just a small percentage of the online population, those users are valuable customers because they tend to be trendsetters who influence others.

5 Tips for Marketing Your Bar or Restaurant With TwitterThe famous Kogi Taco Truck in Los Angeles pioneered using Twitter for restaurant marketing; they would tweet to let customers know where the truck would be stopping next. Since then, the microblogging service has rapidly become one of the best marketing tools a bar or restaurant can use. Here are 5 tips for marketing with Twitter.

About the Author

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SPIKE TV

SPIKE is honored to be among such influential companies. We are a national leader in programming that supports small business and entrepreneurship, while simultaneously entertaining the heck out of people. The brand speaks to men’s adventurous side – to work harder, be stronger and to make as much as possible along the way.

 

 

Reiva Lesonsky HeadshotRieva Lesonsky is CEO of GrowBiz Media, a media company that helps entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses. Follow Rieva at Twitter.com/Rieva and visit her blog atSmallBizDaily.com. Visit her website SmallBizTrendCast to get the scoop on business trends and sign up for Rieva’s free TrendCast reports.

Tear Up Paper for Better Restaurant Management

There’s no doubt that when business is booming, your restaurant can get quite disheveled. And then you wait until down time to do your books. Sifting through those receipts and other sorted slips of paper is simply a disaster. There’s an easier way. Move and manage your restaurant in the cloud and save time, money, and that coveted sanity.

Why should your restaurant be (almost) paperless?

Yes, there may be customers who still want a printed ticket, you can’t help that. But, the more you go off paper and in the cloud, the more secure your business is and the more sure you are that you aren’t missing anything, both for the day to day and for tax season. Today we offer you the different kinds of software you can use to streamline your restaurant management and offer examples of software to do it with.

What kind of business software do you need for better restaurant management?

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Jennifer Riggins, headshotJennifer Riggins is a Jersey Girl in Barcelona, using her passion for writing and marketing to help small businesses define their vision and brand. This eBranding Ninja has a special love for Spanish start-ups, SaaS, and any innovation that helps you grow your business.​

Connect with Jennifer on Google PlusLinkedin, and Twitter.

Larry Weissman

Larry Weissman

Current City: Boca Raton, FL

Highly successful corporate marketing and advertising executive with over 40 years experience in franchised quick service and fast casual restaurants, franchised education services and franchised automotive aftermarket businesses. Also served in senior executive level positions at multinational advertising agencies. Developed award winning marketing and sales promotion tactics for restaurants.

Business management skills include strategic planning, brand development, product development, marketing/sales promotion, public relations, advertising and related creative services.

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Education

Nichols College, Dudley, MA

Thomas Hyman

Thomas Hyman

Current City: Boynton Beach, FL

Expert in sales and marketing and very knowledgeable in Business operations.

A high performing sales and marketing executive with experience in product distribution, managing wholesale networks, brand programming, sales presentations to wholesale and retail network, building sales teams, creating and managing budgets, and achieving profitability objectives in the consumer goods industry as a Manager and Senior Manager

Managed sales and brand activities in numerous markets throughout the United States in compliance with state law.; Had responsibility for the largest sales region in the U.S. generating over $75 million in net profit. In addition, Mentored direct reports in order for them to succeed in future jobs of more responsibility. Held executive and management positions at Joseph E. Seagrams and Sons and Bacardi USA.

1975 to 2012 Worked in various sales and field marketing management positions within the Consumer Goods Industry..

The majority of my career being spent at Joseph E. Seagram's companies from 1977-2001. Joseph E Seagram's was sold in December of 2001.

Bacardi Rum Company from 2002 to 2012.  Retired April 1, 2012.

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Education

 Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing ;Adelphi University, Garden City, NY Continuous education seminars during business career including seminars in:

Managing people

Presentation Skills

Organizational Skills

Communication Skills

Leadership skills

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          All the recent news stories about large companies having their data breached makes me wonder: What can a small business do to protect information stored in the cloud? 

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John Rhind

John Rhind

Current City: Hilliard, OH
Chapter: Columbus SCORE

John is a senior marketing leader who's spent his entire career involved with marketing communications. He has a dual perspective of advertising agency & client-side experience in both B2B and B2C market segments. Most recently he worked at McGraw-Hill Education  as director of content marketing and social media where he directed strategic planning, public relations, social media, content marketing, search engine optimization, web development, advertising (print and online), branding and results measurement. 

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Bachelor of Science, Scripps School of Journalism / Public Relations, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

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Just a Little Taste of Home

My Location
750 Youngstown- Warren Road Suite 50
Niles OH 44446
United States
How SCORE Helped

Just a Little Taste of Home opened on April 15, 2014 in Niles, Ohio serving Good Southern Cooking. They offer delicious homemade dishes at afforable prices and specialize in Smoked Ribs and Fried Chicken Wings made with homemade sweet BQ sauce. They feature popular southern foods like Fried Okra, Collard Greens, and Fried Catfish, homemade buttermilk mashed potatoes and freshly cut french fries.

 "SCORE was very helpful in advising myself and my business partner in how to start up our restaurant "Just a Little Taste of Home". They gave me the proper resources to become successful."

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Owner/Founder
Lindsay Graham
My Location
7143 State Road 54, #112
New Port Richey FL 34653
United States
Employees
2
Year Company Formed
2014
How SCORE Helped

Richard Bonnet has supported us from the very first day.  From providing us with valuable insight with purchasing an existing business to starting one from scratch.  He evaluated our experiences and resources and made suggestions as to the type of business that would compliment our skill set and extensive network of clients.  He collaborated with us to develop a detailed business plan, develop a marketing plan, and reviewed business opportunities with prospective clients to determine the best approach to secure an opportunity to serve their needs.  From developing a thought into an actual business that generates revenue, he has been a driving force behind our firm's success.  We still have a lot of hard work ahead of us to get the business generating a steady cash flow with strong profit margins, but we have no doubt that Richard will be there to help out any way he can!!

We are grateful for SCORE finding and encouraging people like Richard Bonnet to help individuals pursue their entrepreneurial dreams.

He is a REAL WORLD SUPER HERO!!

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