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Social Media Management for Restaurants

Get a social media agency to manage social media for your restaurant. A social media manager will improve your digital marketing by providing access to influencer marketing and better customer service to your followers.

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Your social media strategy might be the only thing holding you back.

Do you hate dealing with social media, or does it feel like a waste of time? This is why many restaurant owners turn to social media agencies for help. Our social media management service can take on all the grunt work and allow you to focus on serving food and drinks.

The internet has changed how people interact with restaurants and brands. Now, social media management is the new frontier in marketing. A social media agency helps your restaurant by using social media skills to strategically plan out a content calendar that aligns with your company’s messaging and values. We can also be responsible for managing all of your online accounts so you don’t have to worry about updating them yourself!

Which social media platforms are worth your restaurant’s investment?

If you’re a restaurant owner, there’s no doubt that social media has become an integral part of your marketing strategy. From Facebook to Twitter, and from Instagram to Snapchat, these platforms have changed the way we communicate with potential customers. But which are worth your brand’s investment?

Although it may seem like all social media networks are created equal, what might work for one restaurant could be disastrous for another. This is why it’s important to find out how each platform can help you reach different audiences and use different strategies so that you know where to focus your efforts.

Facebook and Instagram are the most popular social networks in the world, which opens a huge opportunity for small businesses to reach their food and beverage audience.

As of 2018, there were 2 billion monthly active Facebook users with 1 million advertisers using some form of social media advertising on Facebook each month. This means that you have an incredible chance at reaching people who might be interested in food or drinks, as well as interacting with potential customers directly through these social media channels.

It’s not only important to advertise but also to engage those followers (or potential clients) so they will keep coming back. That’s why it’s a good idea to have a skilled team manage your Facebook marketing that can produce content people find appealing or informative.

LinkedIn is a social media platform that has been around for more than 10 years. It’s unique because it was created specifically for business networking and employment opportunities, so the majority of people on LinkedIn are professionals pursuing a career path in some way or another. If you’re looking to grow your restaurant, LinkedIn can be an excellent resource.

It’s especially great when your business provides services to other companies, or when you’re looking to hire. Although you don’t need to post on LinkedIn as often as other social networks, it’s still a good idea to post company updates and portfolio items as they become available so that prospects and customers stay interested in your brand.

Twitter is a social media platform that has the power to connect you with customers and prospects, no matter where they are. It’s also an opportunity for your restaurant to share insights on industry trends, breaking news and other content that will help build awareness about your company.

The Twitter timeline is a hotbed of short-form communication that often gets used to inform your customers about developing events. The ability for tweets to be instantly retweeted and shared with all the people who follow an account make it especially useful in generating excitement over new food or drinks or restaurants.

What makes Twitter the best social media platform for your restaurant? The short answer is easy access to followers who want food or drinks. Twitter is unique in that it provides a simple way for people around the world to stay informed about topics they care about – as well as keep up with brands they love.

TikTok is a popular video-sharing app that allows you to share short videos on the go. It’s all the rage right now. The best part about TikTok is its simplicity, which makes it perfect for restaurants! Here are some features that make TikTok great for business:

  1. It has over 300 million monthly active users, so your content will be seen by people near and far.
  2. It uses data-driven machine learning to determine what content people are shown, so viewers are almost guaranteed to be interested in what you post.

TikTok only supports one type of media: videos. Videos are good because they’re the best for engagement. With that said, TikTok will easily expose any restaurant with poor video production.

Whether you want to capture the moment with your friends from across the world or do some location-based marketing, Snapchat has all of the features for today’s mobile-driven consumers. Winning the hearts of advertisers and buyers alike, Snapchat is a modern take on social media where you can take your social media campaign to unparalleled heights without needing to make an actual sales pitch.

This makes it an excellent way to present your brand online. With a Snapchat Filter or Geofilter, people can be more authentic and show off their interests by showcasing them in their posts! It allows you to switch up how you portray your restaurant on social media.

From an advertising perspective, Snapchat has some of the most powerful geo-targeting options available. We can also create custom filters for your brand that Snapchat users can use to create their own content with – which results in more free exposure!

What are the building blocks of a successful social media campaign?

When it comes to social media, it’s important to understand why people are there. People use social media to be entertained, connect with others, and stay informed. The sooner you accept that it’s not all about you, the sooner you can focus on making an experience that’s mutually-beneficial for everyone.

Livin’ the good life. #knowmypets

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1 | Entertain your audience with content that’s relevant to the food and beverage industry.

Ditch the sales pitch. Generally-speaking, people *hate* unsolicited advertisements. In fact, there’s no quicker way to drive off potential followers than by pushing food or drinks they don’t care about.

Instead, hook them with something interesting that most of the population finds entertaining. People will want to see more of that in the future, so it greatly improves the odds of getting a follow – which was kind of the point… right?

2 | Keep them informed by sharing breaking news that impacts your restaurant.

Unless you’re a well-known company, people don’t want news about your restaurant… they want news about your niche. People love to have the “insider” scoop and be the first to know about something important.

It should be easy for you to stay informed about the current state of affairs in the food and beverage industry. When something is actually newsworthy (e.g. an article was published by a major news outlet), all you have to do is share the article with your opinion!

People need to be held accountable. 👏

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These two need profiles on 😍

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3 | Finally, plug your food or drinks into a post that promotes them in an authentic way.

The more your restaurant is active on social media, the more you’ll discover opportunities to promote your brand in a way that resonates with people. The key takeaway from all of this is that your followers don’t want a constant barrage of ads for your business.

Your main goal on social media is to be worth following. Once you achieve that, you’ll have plenty of potential customers that you can reach for no extra cost. When you prove the value of following your brand, people don’t mind the occasional self-promotion… just don’t over-do it 😉.

We go 0-10,000 real quick.*

How could your restaurant benefit from having 10,000 followers next month?

Every reaction increases distribution

Higher distribution increases organic reach

More followers = more free remarketing

*These numbers were achieved using a combination of viral posts and ads. The displayed graphs were taken from a Facebook page owned by Phvntom Inc. It’s unlikely for a small business to generate this kind of growth by just using an organic strategy. Results vary.

These are a few of our past social media creations. Enjoy.

Here are some things we’ve created for other digital advertising customers. Some were selected for their great performance, while others are simply team favorites.

No lobster poster

No Lobster

Opening Day poster

Opening Day

Endless Fresh Food poster

Endless Fresh Food

Gift Wrap poster

Gift Wrap

Feel Better poster

Eat Better, Feel Better

Random home poster

Royal Ridge

Our Social Media Management Plans

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