7 Creative Restaurant Promotions That Succeeded with Instagram

Creative restaurant promotions come in all shapes and sizes—get inspiration to make your next promo stand out.

Ready or not, Instagram has a significant effect on the restaurant industry. Heavy competition has eateries large and small trying to build strong social presences and launch creative restaurant promotions to attract new customers and reach a wider audience.

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How to Create a Twitter Wall for Events and Moderate It

A Twitter wall for events can bring in lively, engaging content-and moderating posts will help make sure things stay that way

Event planners are masters of multitasking. Whether they’re working behind the scenes on a small wedding, moderately-sized fundraising event, or running a tech conference for 200,000 attendees, they also always have their eyes and ears open for new ways to make their events even better.

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How to Inspire a High Performance Workplace with Leaderboards

How to define, create, and sustain a high-performance workplace according to culture

“A lot of players think the game is all about individual performances when it’s really all about a team game.” – Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

What could a basketball player, especially one recognized so much for his personal accomplishments, know about a high-performance workplace?

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Customer Retention Techniques For Restaurants, Hotels, and Bars Using Social Media

These social media strategies aren’t just for attracting new customers. They’re proven customer retention techniques, and they’re easier than you think.

It’s not a secret that the best restaurants, bars, and hotels offer more than just a decent meal and a place to rest your head. They provide an experience to their guests. That experience may be as simple as providing a quiet, low-key spot for a drink, or it could be the ample large-screen televisions so everyone can watch the big game. It could be the sauna in every guest room, or maybe it’s the ocean view from the dining area.

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15 of the Most Effective Church Growth Strategies for Congregations on a Budget

In an age of plenty, church growth strategies have to be more flexible than ever

The history of churches in the United States begins more than 400 years ago. Settlers in Jamestown, Virginia established America’s first Protestant Episcopal parish in 1607. In 1629, Samuel Skelton became the first pastor of Salem, Massachusetts and in 1638, Roger Williams founded the first Baptist church in America, which stands to this day.

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