I have a lot of free resources on my website that are excellent for start-up restaurant operations. I have a section of my web (Restaurant Operations) that goes into detail about what it takes to open a restaurant.
Hey Jeffrey you are def on top of the social media world. I was wondering if you had any recommendations regarding different bloggers or social networks that focus on Social Media in the restaurant industry.
I love how you are always trying to open up peoples eyes to the advantages of successful social media marketing.
Keep fighting the good fight.
People need to understand the new marketing is relationship based, not unique sales pitches.
Hi Jeff, There's really NO discusion. IT'S CHIR-EESSE. Capeesh!?! Or are you calling Fahvas "Fah-vess" It's Fah vish" or if from New Yak it's "Ca soyla" it's "cah-cerla". Shall we continue. OH! and yes, I miss our discussions about digitally getting your recipes and "goods cost" live. Pity we didn't get a chance to persue that further. Perhaps we can do that here?
PS: "Snasauges" are for dogs. Not for a good portagee !!!! :-)
Ecellent!!!! That means we can continue our "discussion" about the pronounciation of "Chizo" or "Chirico" It's a POTUGUESE sausage and thus pronounced "cher-eese" NOT chirZO. :-). Now, Let's discuss linguica!!! Will you pronounce it "linguiZA"? ... This is great. We can discuss this in public and get some independant opinions!!! HI JEFF !!
Great video on your site, Jeffrey! Everyone should watch it, some powerful statistics. Social Media really is incomprehensible, faster than anything we've ever seen and truly a shift in human communication. Great info!
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