Restaurant Marketing Ideas – Part 2

By David Scott Peters Restaurant Tip of the Week Tell people what’s going on Put a fishbowl up front to collect business cards for a free lunch. Do a drawing for one winner a day for something [...]

Restaurant Marketing Idea – Part 1

By David Scott Peters Restaurant Tip of the Week Tell people what’s going on Have a calendar of events to tell people what’s going on in your restaurant. Include everything from live music to the [...]

How To Rock Your Restaurant Marketing Efforts

By Greg McGuire Guest Blogger A common misconception in the food service business is that booking live music takes more time and effort than it’s worth. The process of finding bands, paying them, [...]

How to Generate More Restaurant Business FAST – Part 4

By David Scott Peters As I explained in Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 of this series of restaurant marketing ideas, you can’t wait for your customers to find you. You have to go to them. This [...]

How to Generate More Restaurant Business FAST – Part 3

By David Scott Peters This series of marketing ideas for restaurants is all about getting out of your restaurant. You can take to the streets and give people a reason to come in as I described in [...]

How to Generate Business for Your Restaurant FAST – Part 2

By David Scott Peters As I said in “How to Generate Business for Your Restaurant FAST – Part 1”, one of the best ways to generate business for your restaurant is to get our [...]

Restaurant Marketing Ideas

I find that restaurant owners are very interested in restaurant marketing ideas. As a restaurant expert and coach, I focus on using systems to decrease your costs and increase your sales. I warn [...]

Thinking Outside the Regular Audience for Restaurant Marketing

By Jenny Brooks Read this article for some fall promotional inspiration from the Big Chains. In offering this recommended reading, I’m not suggesting you should copy the promotional ideas, [...]

Great American Dine Out

By Jenny Brooks Get invovled in this great cause to end childhood hunger in America. Community involvement is essential for any business. Not only are you doing some good with your business [...]

Cheap Public Relations for Independent Restaurants

By Jenny Brooks I came across these three cheap public relations tactics for independent restaurants and wanted to share them. I wrote them for an issue of the SMART Systems Insider. These are [...]

Exploring Twitter for Restaurants – Idea No. 5

by Jenny Brooks In a post on April 23, I provided five ideas for restaurants to use Twitter. I promised to explore each of these a little deeper, so I’m going to expand on them over the [...]

Exploring Twitter for Restaurants – Idea No. 4

by Jenny Brooks In a post on April 23, I provided five ideas for restaurants to use Twitter. I promised to explore each of these a little deeper, so I’m going to expand on them over the [...]

Exploring Twitter for Restaurants – Idea No. 3

by Jenny Brooks In a post on April 23, I provided five ideas for restaurants to use Twitter. I promised to explore each of these a little deeper, so I’m going to expand on each of these [...]

Exploring Twitter for Restaurants – Idea No. 2

by Jenny Brooks In a post on April 23, I provided five ideas for restaurants to use Twitter. I promised to explore each of these a little deeper, so I’m going to expand on each of these over the [...]

Exploring Twitter for Restaurants – Idea No. 1

by Jenny Brooks In a post on April 23, I provided five ideas for restaurants to use Twitter. I promised to explore each of these a little deeper, so I’m going to expand on each of these [...]

Ways for Restaurants to Use Twitter

By Jenny Brooks In my last post here on Restaurant Expert David Scott Peters’ site, I discussed Twitter and its move toward mainstream communication methods. I promised I would follow up [...]

Do You Twitter?

By Jenny Brooks David Scott Peters, restaurant expert, asked this question in September 2008 and posed to you why you should consider getting an account on Twitter in this post. Twitter has [...]

Let Domino’s Take the Fall

By Jenny Brooks I’m going to assume you’ve heard and/or seen something about the Domino’s flap over two employees who made an egregious mistake “pretending” to [...]

Young and Old Alike on Facebook

By Jenny Brooks I’m on facebook, a social networking site, and there is a column along the right side of the page of ever-present advertisers. And they are very targeted. They speak to my [...]

Less food for thought

By Jenny Brooks I’ve pointed out Nation’s Restaurant News’ Independent Thinking before, not only because they’re addressing the needs of the independent restaurant owner, [...]

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