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Restaurant marketing ideas and trends

Marketing

Social media evolves from marketing to operations

Ruby Tuesday’s narrowly-averted cheese-biscuit apocalypse demonstrates how social media’s role is evolving from marketing to operations.

Marketing

The Feltenstein Formula for better social media

In the mind of marketing consultant Tom Feltenstein, branding is how your brand makes people feel about themselves.

As the executives of Burger King and Five Guys revealed during a session at the Restaurant Leadership Conference, their brands share a conscious commitment to style over substance in their marketing approaches.

Taco Bell is on a tear to grow from a $7-billion brand to a $14-billion category killer in the next 10 years, CEO Greg Creed told the audience at RLC.

How do you attract Hispanics to your restaurant? An early-morning session at the Restaurant Leadership Conference answered that question.

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.

Culver’s, a quick-service burger chain that started in Sauk City, Wis. and now has 451 restaurants in 19 states, married its “Welcome to Delicious” story across traditional and social media.

Attendees learned that there are three steps to building and promoting a local presence for your brand on Facebook:.

Top franchisees' take on social media marketing.

William M. “Marty” Kotis III, president and CEO of Restaurant Investors, knows that Dogfish Head is one of the top social media influencers for the topic of beer. Connecting with the micro-brewery to promote a beer dinner at Darryl’s Wood Fired Grill in Greensboro, North Carolina, could be a big boost for his restaurant. He knows all of this thanks to a service called Klout that measures the social media influence of people, businesses and brands.