Starting a restaurant, Starting a new business, Career opportunities, Consulting, Job inquiries, Sourcing suppliers, Recruiting new employees
Highly energetic restaurateur looking to help other restaurateurs. I am about to start a restaurant consulting website and want to network with people across the country. I have a passion for the business and love it and I am obsessed with taking care of employees and guests.
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I would be very interested in hearing how your web company would charge you to optimize your site for specific cities, maybe i could be of some help there and save you some money and more importantly some time. Using video you can now accomplish amazing results in less than 24 hours. If you operate in a geographic area, then optimizing in cities makes sense, otherwise there are a lot of cities out there.
Video is definitely the best and cheapest way to get known by the Search engines. Using videos can get you results for keywords in less than a day. Of course that assumes there are people searching for your keywords. And as i mentioned earlier, joining sites like this help a lot as well. You need to contribute articles showing what you know to others in the industry. Become known as the go to person for your specific niche. Hope this helps.
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