Here are some images that I have made for clients recently for a single purpose or need that have then be repurposed for other social … Read more »
Tag Archives: Facebook
A true story of a local coffee shop not afraid to connect with customers online and reaping the rewards of positive sentiment and brand loyalty because of it.
One of my latest projects was assisting the Newport Restaurant Association with their social media efforts for Newport Beach Restaurant week. Using a series of short videos, Facebook Contests and Twitter outreach we were able to gain awareness for Newport Beach Restaurant Week.
The updated version of the Socialnomics Video with even more stunning facts about how real time and social media is changing the way we communicate.
Part 2 of “How Not to Manage a Facebook Page” is brought to us by the owner of 333 when he responds to his customer complaint on Facebook…ouch!
Almost a year ago to the day, I submitted a video to become the Murphy-Goode Wine corespondent, a job I came close to getting. This is an update to what I have done since and what I am doing now. Good things do come to those who wait.
A local restaurant in Newport Beach offers their Facebook patrons a chance at $300 in gift certificates each month in a new promotion aimed to reward their loyal clientele.
Greek Town Grill is one of the first restaurants in Costa Mesa that I have seen offer an incentive to their customers on Facebook. Hopefully this is just the beginning of more to come. Kudos to them for leading by example.
In this article I explain why there is not one solution to marketing a restaurant, but many. This is also a rebuttal to another article that I found discussing this topic.
So I graduated, spoke at commencement, started my own social media consulting business and now I have found my dream job!
This blog was written as a guest entry for John Bradley Jackson, author of First, Best, or Different. MAXIMIZATION really depends on the type of … Read more »