Your social media metrics have been around as long as you can remember but even with that said, so many restaurateurs have never really mastered what to do with their monthly data and how to get the most out of it. Which is why Kulture Konnect's co-founder, Jorge Pacheco, offered a free webinar this past Tuesday titled, "Restaurants 101: How to Analyze Your Social Media Metrics Like a Marketing Pro," to share with restaurateurs the tools to understand and utilize their social media metrics like a marketing pro.
Each month, our team prepares a social media report for our social media clients and at some point we asked ourselves, as much as we prepare and meet with clients to go over numbers, do restaurant owners truly understand what these numbers mean?
Kulture Konnect wants to help restaurants utilize their social media marketing to it's full potential. This webinar will give restaurant owners a clear understanding of how to read monthly social media metrics, teach them which metrics matter the most, why they matter, and how they can make the most of these metrics proving ROI.
The Western Foodservice & Hospitality Expo in Downtown Los Angeles was nothing less than amazing. Kulture Konnect had the pleasure of attending both Sunday events and Tuesday events. A BIG shout out to The Reef Restaurant for their Culinary Clash win! It was wonderful to see all of our collegues from the California Restaurant Association! They do a spectacular job of hosting all of their members and making them feel like VIP. From coffee companies to beverage companies to chefs to restaurant owners. You name it, anyone in the food and beverage industry was in sight. The expo offered a variety of special events and featured education areas to help businesses in the food industry become more educated and more profitable.
With over a billion users, Facebook is a giant in the social media space. Digital marketing managers often refer to the behemoth, in the context of other platforms, as “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.” If you’ve found yourself passively accepting your meek performance numbers on Facebook, we hope these 3 simple tips will inspire you to revisit the platform that offers the most in-depth analytics on your customers and their behavior.
According to Wine & Vines, wine sales in the United States are approaching $62 billion annually, and millennials are consuming an estimated 42 percent of it. So, there is definitely a potential to make sales here. In this blog post we are looking at 7 ways social media can help bring in millennials to your winery.
Wine is taking over the drinking game just like social media has taken over TV & News. It's no surprise that millennials are attracted to reds, whites and pinks whether its comes in bottles, plastic or even cans. They want to enjoy a wine after a stressful day and unwind with their friends and family. Sure, they can go to restaurants but did you know they prefer to drink wine at home more often?
Why do we have maps and compasses? So, that they can help us to find the right direction we want to go. The same can be said about how proper marketing strategies help with your social media presence. When the incorrect marketing strategy –or no strategy at all– is employed, the results could lead your social media footprint off a cliff.
To say that successful social media brands or personalities are were they are, with thousands of followers, was purely by happenstance would be a great disservice to the strategies and campaigns that have been designed to help bolster their following. Most, if not all, brands and personalities have social media strategies they follow and align with their social media goals and target markets.
It is imperative that businesses have a marketing strategy when they break into social media or if they are currently involved with social media.
Growing a brand's reach is every social media manager's goal. But, social media's landscape can be quite confusing for brands to grasp and understand the differences between organic and paid advertising. Particularly in the systems that are in place by individual social media platforms. So, let's talk about each option:
When people communicate on social media, often times, their personality shows through. Whether it's from the style of media they post or how they respond and comment, every person has a unique personality, or "voice," they use on social media. Businesses are no different, every brand has a voice and personality that their audience can relate to.
There are several brands that focus on posting content, but often miss their target when it comes to defining their own personality and lose the connection of loyal followers. However, businesses can re-ignited this connection through powerful and relevant conversations, which is only possible with a response management solution.
In today's business model, most every decision revolves around ROI (Return On Investment). It would not make sense to spend money and time for any aspect of your business if the return is less than the initial investment. ROI is at the core of every business decision even if smaller businesses or mom and pop shops don't initially approach their business decisions with ROI in mind.
When businesses start to become more ROI cognizant with their decisions, they often start to trim off the unnecessary elements of their business. Cutting programs and decisions that are sucking up time and resources makes complete sense. Unfortunately, many social media programs are neglected or completely abandoned because a brand cannot distinguish a proper ROI in a sea of reports and analytics.
Topics: Social Media
Facebook and Instagram have proved to be two very effective platforms when it comes down to marketing brands, but what about LinkedIn? For years, LinkedIn has been known to be a wonderful community for entrepreneurs, professionals and a variety of businesses to connect. Today, the professional social network has become so much more. Over 500 million people are said to have a LinkedIn profile and are actively using it daily to locate jobs, network with consumers and businesses. Now, businesses and professionals are using LinkedIn to build relationships by marketing themselves as well as their companies... but how? There are several ways to market your business on LinkedIn. Let's begin.