The second part of social media hacks for your small business is here. Continue to grow and create buzz on social media by following the last three tips below. #Easy.
For many cafe and restaurant owners, cooking is a labour of love. But one mistake many small businesses fall into all too often is to price their menu based on what they ‘feel’ their food is worth rather than using an actual pricing strategy. Continue reading The dangers of emotional menu pricing
So you’ve set up a few social media accounts for your business. Now it’s time to let them grow and get the buzz going, but how? Let your business fuse with the social media mechanisms. Here are some hacks on the way.
A good cafe owner knows a tasty sandwich can be the glorious highlight of a worker’s day. Getting that balance just right between too much and too little butter is a skill that can only be honed after years of hard craft.
Getting started with email marketing doesn’t have to be difficult. Regardless of whether you want to kick start a new campaign or tell the world about your new drink menu – sending out newsletters is a great way to stay in touch with your loyal customers. About to start sending out your first emails? Here are some pointers to help you on your way.
Attending events can provide eye-opening experiences, important connections and new, loyal customers. Here are some events in the UK that you as a café owner should consider attending in order to conduct priceless marketing while building your valuable network.
Social media may be the most important marketing channel you have as a small business. It’s cheap, fun and can generate plenty of attention from your potential customers. But relax: You don’t have to do everything at once. Here’s the first part of our guide to social media for small businesses. Continue reading Social media for small businesses: 5 things to remember before getting started
So you’ve set the most mouth-watering menu ever. Well done! Now, how much should you charge for the dishes you offer?
Getting public criticism is tough. When you pour heart and soul into your work it’s difficult not to get emotional.
You’ve set up your food stall and your menu is mouth-watering – it’s all go from here, right? Well, maybe not. We joined forces with Andy Waugh of successful The Wild Game Co. to get his best advice for dealing with five common pitfalls. Continue reading 5 common pitfalls for your new street food business