In recent years, I’ve discovered that scrumptious looking photographs will entice people’s buying decision. If you follow most Restaurant Marketing Sites lately, they usually advocate the use of photo sharing sites. Some examples are Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and even Snapchat. Make use of photos throughout your website as well as the social media sites. Beautiful photos are generally and reshared around the internet. All off which will attract new customer to your restaurant.Read more
According to the National Retail Federation website, Halloween is gearing up to be the fastest growing consumer holiday.
“Consumers will celebrate the holiday in many different ways, but topping the list of planned activities is handing out candy (71.1%), while others will decorate their homes and yards (46.7%), and dress in costume (45.8%). One-third of Americans will be throw or attend a party (33.4%), which is up from last year (30.9%). ” Record Number of Americans to Buy Halloween Costumes
You may have the tastiest food in town, but you don’t see repeat business. Customers go out your door praising your food but you never see them come back. Business start dropping. You spend tons of money on advertising, but you still never get repeat business. You wonder whats wrong. Could it be the menu. You change the menu but still business doesn’t come.Read more
My boss wanted to add some fun as well as entertaining games in our bar particularly on weekends. Thus he purchased a few items that we could use as party games such as blowpipe, speed stacking and so on. He wanted a variety of games in which the guest may take part during the band’s break.
So as usual I turned to the ever so wise World Wide Web for party games ideas. Instead I stumbled upon a great Restaurant Promotion Idea. Instead of holding a single game why don’t we hold a Pub Olympics.
Here some ideas on how I organized our First Pub Olympic in our bar.
One of my latest favourite reality show is “Restaurant Impossible”. This show is about a Celebrity Chef and Restauranteur Robert Irvine trying to save failing restaurants around America. He has only 2 days and USD 10,000 to save the restaurant. One might think that a restaurant fails because of bad food, service or even decorations. But there’s other factors than those listed above.
In this article Robert Irvine shares 7 factors that determines whether a restaurant will succeed or fail. Below is an exceprt from the article if you want to know more then click on the link below.