Real-world advice on menu management from a food service professional with over 20 years of experience. In this episode Dennis Food Service account executive Josh Henderson joins Luke and Samantha to discuss menu pricing, and managing your restaurant’s menu for margin and profit.
Transforming your restaurant into a winter wonderland can draw people into the warmth of your building. Instead of being one of many potential stops while people are out and about, you can become the go-to restaurant in your area for people who want to celebrate the season with inspiration from these ideas.
Luke and Samantha go off the rails in a light-hearted discussion about making the most of truly free QR codes. Whether for restaurant menus or online ordering, there’s a more than one way to go about it.
By learning more about what tastes and influences are shared among age groups, restaurants can create profitable and engaging opportunities around those values and preferences. The following dining preferences can be helpful in better serving your restaurant customers and their varying preferences.
Once associated with direct-to-consumer subscription services and supermarket specialty cases, meal kits have become a valuable source of revenue for restaurants and other foodservice establishments.
In this episode writer and marketing professional Marisa Sanfilippo joins the podcast to discuss scent marketing. Tapping into this powerful consumer sense can lead to increased sales and customer loyalty.
Using social media platforms to reach your target audience when promoting dessert offerings may be key to boosting sweet sweet sales.
Did you know the way your business smells could entice customers to spend more money? Here’s everything you need to know about scent marketing.
Despite all of the hoopla surrounding social media marketing this year, email marketing can produce tremendous returns at a minimal direct cost. And it’s all based on quantifiable facts.
In this follow-up to episode 67, Peter Anania and Dustyn Bailey return to tackle the topic “What goes into a well-branded website?” You asked, we answered. We’re focusing this conversation around questions received, and answers given, following our first discussion.
There is no single formula to follow to ensure your videos go viral, but you can start building a following for your restaurant on one of the fastest growing social media platforms in the world by keeping a few things in mind…
The best practices covered in this episode go deep and apply to your business–whether you’re a multi-million dollar operation working with an agency or a small family-owned business going the DIY route. No matter the size of your business, your brand needs to put its best foot forward on the internet.
Recorded live during a group session at the HospitalityMaine Summit in Rockland, Maine; this episode will help break down barriers between you and the digital marketing efforts your business could and should pursue.
In this episode, we’re discussing how restaurants can easily start creating video for powerful, personalized marketing content. Get ready to take notes, there’s a wealth of wisdom piled into this pod!
Ready to build a library of images that support your marketing and social media efforts? These 7 quick tips will help you carve out more time for photography in your restaurant or foodservice business.
Data makes the world go ‘round. At least, it’s one of the most crucial tools to help keep restaurants successful. Take a closer look at some of the stats behind popular marketing methods, see what channels make the most sense, and start thinking of creative ways to reach your audience today!
A good restaurant social media marketing strategy can help bring customers to your venue. This is because social media is an important tool people use to make purchasing decisions. This is especially true when it comes to choosing where to eat…
Own or operate a restaurant, c-store or food service business? Check out these seven marketing ideas for your restaurant to attract and retain customers in 2021.
A strategy for getting your smartphone out of your pocket and using it to increase engagement, traffic, and sales for your establishment.
There are many methods, services, and devices you could use to create digital menu boards, just be sure you try this low-cost do-it-yourself solution first.
As we move forward in the “new normal” menu strategies new and old will converge into the right mix of price points, value, menu items, and differentiation that will appeal to consumers.
Locked-down consumers may be craving professionally made meals and restaurant food, but good food isn’t the only thing they like about restaurants, free delivery and meal deals are also in the mix.
This episode explores the best way to be found, to be followed and to grow your foodservice business using the internet. That’s content creation, and it’s as important to your digital presence as the food you serve is to your dining room.
Content is as important to your digital presence and marketing efforts as the food you serve is to your dining room. It shows who you are, what you do and what you’re capable of – but most importantly – it can impact a visitor’s decision to return.
To earn the trust (and repeat business) of their guests, it’s necessary for operators to equip staff with menu talking points so they can clearly communicate the selling points of their ingredients and dishes.