Marketing 101

Today we go through some key areas of your marketing presence. Often times, small business owners ask, “Where do I even begin when it comes to marketing?” In this video we go through 6 key areas, Online Reputation, Listings, Social Media, SEO, Advertising, and Website.

Restaurants NEED To Do This!!!!

Today we go over some comparisons between email marketing and Facebook Messenger marketing. How do the two differ? With Facebook Messenger marketing we are experiencing over 85% open rates on messages. Compare the results in the video to what you are currently doing.

 

What’s your strategy?

One of the biggest mistakes we see people make is that they don’t have an actual social media marketing strategy. They don’t set any goals or know how to achieve them. They are inevitably disappointed with the results of their marketing efforts. Today we go through how to formulate a basic social media strategy.

Does WIFI = Revenue?

Today we go over how to use the Facebook Messenger program to give out your WiFi and bring in valuable customer information, and drive sales. Are you just letting your customers connect to your WiFi for free? If so, you may be missing out. We go through a step-by-step process on how to do that.

Prospecting 101

Today we go through some tips to use referenceUSA. referenceUSA is a free database of businesses. You can slice and dice the settings to fit your ideal prospect. This is getting back to basics, when you don’t have a full prospect pipeline, and don’t want to spend any money. Try using referenceUSA to start your day off productive.

 

Restaurants, GET MORE SALES!

Today with go through our Facebook Messenger program, designed to drive more sales to your restaurant. Are you using Facebook Messenger to drive sales? If not, you may be missing out. Compare this program to your current marketing efforts. This program gets new customers who have never heard of restaurant to go in, existing customers to come back more frequently, and has a trackable ROI.

Stop giving out FREE WIFI!

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Today we go through how you, as a business owner, can leverage your wifi and gain valuable customer information. You can also use it to drive traffic back to your business. Instead of just giving wifi for free and not getting anything in return, give it out with the purpose to help your business. Check out our demo and how we use Facebook Messenger to automate this process for our clients.

5 Tips to Improve your Click-Through-Rate

Want to improve your click-through rate? Check our our Facebook Advertising Package!

Click-through rate is the percentage of people visiting a web page who access a hypertext link to a particular advertisement. This information is often tracked through your advertising or website medium and is a good way to track how effective your online advertising and marketing efforts are. There are various ways that you can increase your engagement and improve your click-through rate in order to create new leads and business opportunities.
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1. Use Call-to-Action buttons

People love interaction and offering a chance to interact with your ad or your brand creates a feeling of authenticity. A simple action such as pressing a button can make your audience feel as though they are interacting personally with you brand and calling them specifically to interact with your products or services.

2. Focus on Aesthetic

Appearance is everything in the world of marketing and advertising. Your audience will be more likely to interact with your brand if they are aesthetically drawn to your advertisement with a good-looking front ad and landing page.

3. Share Expert Advice

By sharing expert advice on your ad page, your brand demonstrates it’s knowledge in it;s domain of products/services. It can be assumed that a customer would rather use a credible, knowledgeable company rather than an amateur company with less experience.

4. Make an Announcement

By announcing some sort of new product or service, you create excitement surrounding your brand. Your customers will want to see what new products/services you have to offer if you use active language such as Behind the Scenes, As Seen On, Cost Effective, Enhanced, Never Before Seen or Proven Method.

5. Offer Benefits

Every customer wants the best products/services but they also want the best deals. Similar to making an announcement, using active language when offering benefits will make your brand more appealing. It will also make your customers feel “special” because the deals seem exclusive. Try using wording in your ads like Competitive Pricing, Effective, Economic, Mega Earnings, Mega Savings or Up to ___% off.