"That's a very good point Russ.
It is your home on the web. Your maker's mark in my mobile device.
Yes, I would think it would be important to optimize your mobile site to my phones browser. It is the digital,…"
Now you got 4 likes!
Now I know about your company. Now I see a centralized content and identify a bit of character and what your company looks at. Also, what your company wants me to know they look at.
What else is cool? …"
Google someone's name and look at all the public info you can find on them. You'll find a lot of info on me. You'll see how much my parents house is worth and where they live if you look close enough and…"
Good subject to debate! I don't see many establishments running this sort of etiquette. If they do, I wish them the best. Why?
Facebook pages, etc...these are made to build relationships with customers and…"
To be completely honest with you, in the entire service industry, in my opinion, the main interface for mobile is not going to be your restauraunt's website.
My opinion based on these facts, the practice of myself, my friends and…"
"Congratulations on joining FohBoh! This is a wonderful online restaurant community with lots of great postings. Enjoy the site and keep active with pictures, comments and postings.
Chef Marcus Guiliano"
"Fire away Facebook. As long as they give the venue the ability to report or refute debunk reports. Maybe replicate the imfamous Yelp algorithm that sifts through reviews.
Social responsibility goes hand-in-hand with…"
What does self taught programmer with military service, electronic warfare background, network administration, released to a opportunity forged sushi chef hobby with an extreme passion for customer service and technology evolve into when set free?
A man with a wild ride and a keen eye for opportunity coupled with an extreme passion for social media, networking and B2B/B2C relations.
Years in the Industry
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