Customer loyalty is very important for any bar or restaurant. Read through these 5 quick tips to ensure you are doing all you can to keep your customers happy and coming back for more!
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As 2014 comes to a close, mobile use is at an all time high. That means mobile marketing is more important now than ever before for any business, especially bars and restaurants. If you own a bar or
It is rare these days to find someone without their cell phone in arms reach, so when it comes to making a decision on where to eat and drink guess where people turn? There
Online media allows for businesses and customers to connect instantly like never before. As a bar owner it is vital to never underestimate the power of social media and other online outlets. Many bars are tone
It is no surprise that mobile and app use is growing at an alarming rate. In fact most people treat their cell phone as an extra appendage and use it for almost everything. There is
With social media becoming such an integrated part of daily life, restaurants and bars can benefit greatly from a solid social media strategy. Check out these 5 tips for using social media for your bar
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Instagram made major waves a few weeks ago when it released its new video sharing feature. It was an instant hit, with 5 million uploads in just its first 24 hours live. Media sharers everywhere
There are several important factors to take into consideration when you decide to brave the internet in the hope of drumming up customer loyalty. Whether you’re using a paid service or something free like Twitter