Used wisely, social media platforms will be a force for positive change and recent events indicate how corporate players should consider developing their social strategies.
In today’s fast moving digital media landscape, getting involved with food trends can be a great way to get your hospitality business media coverage and social reach.
The average small businesses are spending nearly $5000 a year in social media. Want to make your dollar go further?
Most of your marketing is probably one-way communication – but have you thought about what could happen if you turned it into a two-way conversation?
Being a busy tradie, you probably have little time left during the week once you have finished jobs on site, and then caught up on invoicing and chasing unpaid bills.
Social media competitions are a great way to grab attention. But laws that control these competitions can catch you on the hop.
Engaging video content not only increases your hospitality business’ profile on social media, but is statistically proven to deepen customer trust, increase your ROI and boost profit margins.
Trying to find new customers online can be tricky, but understanding the differences between paid and organic reach will help you achieve digital marketing success.