30 Post Ideas for Your Restaurant's Social Media

30 Post Ideas for Your Restaurant's Social Media

So, you've found yourself with five minutes of downtime at the restaurant and decide to spend it posting on your Facebook Page or Instagram. Great! But then it hits you...

"what should I post?"

Everybody can use some inspiration now and then, so we've put together 30 post ideas for those times your mind goes blank.

Restaurants: Stop Giving Away Free Lunches to Charity + Make a Bigger Impact

Restaurants: Stop Giving Away Free Lunches to Charity + Make a Bigger Impact

I’ve just finished reading Angel Postell’s op ed in the Charleston City Paper, 

urging nonprofits to ease up on the amount of freebies they ask of our local restaurant community, and immediately felt compelled to contribute. First of all, she’s right. The sheer amount that’s being asked of local restaurants is absurd, yes. In my own past experience as a marketer for a restaurant chain whose roots are here in the Lowcountry, I was hit up for donations daily, sometimes multiple times a day, and that doesn’t include those who walked into our restaurants and asked staff onsite.

Which Social Media Platform Is Right For Your Small Business?

Which Social Media Platform Is Right For Your Small Business?

You’re on Facebook. You’ve heard your kid talk about Instagram, but mixed into sentences with other words you’re quite certain she made up.

The other day, you saw the President tweeted again about something or another, and last week you read the news and like many others, found Snapchat’s IPO valuation to be pure insanity. You’re not sure exactly what Snapchat does, but it sure as hell isn’t worth $30 billion dollars. In your spare time (haha!), since it seems to be ubiquitous, you Google how to leverage social media for your business and then the phone rings so you’ll get back to that later. To be honest, it’s hard to keep up with it all so maybe you won’t, but you take comfort in thinking you can’t possibly be the only one who hasn’t jumped into the conversation on behalf of your company.