social media

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Marketing

Social media blowback: Restaurants respond

This month has seen its fair share of restaurant controversy on the web. Here’s how three concepts are choosing to address current and potential snafus with followers.

HR, marketing, you name it, there are new Web tools for any operation. Here’s how to streamline your business online.

Restaurant Business partnered with Pepsico to talk with bloggers, social media experts and operators at the BlogWorld conference about how to better capture all this new world of marketing has to offer. We asked, they responded. Click their names for the full interview video!

With over 3,000 varieties of pears grown worldwide, there is fruit available in almost every month of the year.

Food is a very visual experience, from admiring a frothy pink cocktail to ogling a perfectly rolled piece of sushi. That’s why restaurants are dipping their toes into the Pinterest waters. Hot social media properties have come and gone, but few have made any headway against the 800-pound gorillas of Facebook and Twitter.

You’ve already gotten a taste of our list of 50 great social media tips and tactics. Now it’s time for the main course.

The humble online blog has been a staple of many restaurants’ websites for years, so much so that the format has started to look a little stale. Tumblr is a blog site, but it’s a bit different than its elders. You can post photos, text and videos like with any other blog platform, but it also has a secret weapon that is catching the attention of restaurant operators: community. On Tumblr, no blog is an island.

Five tips for creating great food photos for social media marketing.

Separate gauges assess the chains’ activity on the social media platform and how the brands were perceived.

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