Is your restaurant social media campaign bringing in customers? Or could it use a little hot sauce?
It’s Saturday morning. You have a full night of reservations, including a private party. You check messages and find out your biggest customer needs to move their catering order up and would like it today. Your produce delivery is running late because their truck broke down, and the credit card processor is on the fritz. How do you and your team handle this?
Want to boost fan engagement at sporting events? Look no further than your favorite hashtag.
You could argue that professional wrestling has some of the most active fan engagement at sporting events, no matter what the sport. Twitter hashtags associated with the WWE offer a steady stream of comments and opinions from fans. In fact, the fan activity on WWE’s Twitter feed (comments, likes, retweets) is roughly equivalent to that of the NFL and the NBA (who have 14 million more followers and 17 million more followers, respectively). From a percentage standpoint, the WWE is absolutely rockin’ it.
The most successful fundraising ideas for nonprofits aren’t always the most obvious.
Some of the most rewarding places to work are in the nonprofit industry. That, of course, covers a lot of ground, since any given nonprofit could focus on anything from environmental concerns, to healthcare, to public schools, or pet adoptions. One thing every nonprofit has in common, however, is fundraising.
Get below the surface and discover what’s missing from most corporate team building ideas. Then find out what to do about it.
Corporate team building ideas aren’t hard to find. Look up “team building” on Google, and you get around 53 million results. Even “corporate team building” gets you 1.7 million results. You’ll get directed to the web pages of hotels, resorts, restaurants, city tourism departments, and, of course, plenty of companies that specialize in team building. That’s undoubtedly good; with more and more diversity in the workplace, you want options that can appeal to everyone on your team.
Are these some of the best trade show booth ideas? The results speak for themselves.
Since the earliest days of human culture, trade shows have been part of our lives. They’ve come a long way from the days of carrying your wares around on the back of an ox cart, though. Today almost every major industry hosts regional, national, and even international trade shows. Some of the larger events can draw tens of thousands of attendees. If your company is participating in a trade show, that’s a lot of potential customers in a concentrated space and time. That also means you have a lot of competition.