The official announcement from Facebook is today, but there are tips floating around the interwebs. Below are a rundown of some links to check out.
This is an opportunity for restaurants to really think about how you graphically represent your brand. There's a large "cover" image that will go at the top of your page. It's not…Continue
One of the primary arguments for providing calorie information at restaurants is that it will help people make better choices. As Americans continue to expand at the waist, we're seeing that while knowledge might be power, it's not enough to alter decisions.
A new study from…Continue
As many restaurant owners have found, investing in an active Facebook page takes consistency, creativity, and time.
Creating a Facebook page and leaving it to sit dormant is like having customers sitting in your booths and no servers to take their order or fill up their glasses. Customers get annoyed and your restaurant look like they don't care.
Running a contest on your restaurant's Facebook fan page is a great way to grow your…Continue
I'm not a big Yelp-er. Neither are most of my friends.
When I got to find a new restaurant, the search function in Yelp allows for many ways to target, but it's still overwhelming.
If Yelp isn't your thing, Foursquare's new "Explore" function is a must.
The search function begins…Continue
A show of hands if you are happy swimsuit season is just about over. You're not the only one!
As the restaurant daily deal sphere drones on, I can't help but compare them to a "get skinny fast" method that people use to drop a few pounds before hitting the beach. Sure, you can probably shed a pound or two by drinking a strange, green liquid and starving yourself for 72 hours. By the third day, you'll be running toward a bakery fast than Kirstie Alley can say "Jenny…