Instagram Ideas for Restaurants

When it comes to your brand’s Instagram, you always want to be switching up your content and posting new things. This can present a bit of a challenge for places like restaurants, who tend to offer a small number of products within one product category. Even if you feel like your restaurant has limited material to work with, there are some ways you can still make your Instagram presence strong! Here are a few suggestions to step up your restaurant’s instagram game.

Maintaining a Small Business Feel as Your Company Grows

Growing a small start-up into a full-fledged business is an exciting endeavor. With growth comes so many new opportunities for production, marketing, distribution, and more. However, there are also positive aspects of a small business that you do not necessarily want to lose as you grow. Especially for employees that have been with you since the beginning, there can be challenges and frustrations that come with company growth. Here are a few ways you can try to maintain the perks of a small business while leveraging the advantages of growth and expansion.

Breaking Into the Influencer Game

So you want to be an influencer. Honestly, who doesn’t? Getting paid to post pictures on social media, getting free products, trips to exotic destinations. Sign me up! Unfortunately, it’s not quite that simple. If you are genuinely interested in breaking into the influencer field though, here are a few tips to help you get started.

Digital Marketing Trends to Watch in 2021

New year, new trends! Here are some digital marketing phenomena to keep your eye on in 2021. These trends are all set to take off or continue their upward trajectory in the new year.

New Year’s Resolutions for Your Business

Happy 2021! We all probably have personal resolutions picked out by now, but what about resolutions for your small business? Here are a few suggestions to help strengthen your business in the new year.

2020 Digital Marketing Recap

2020 has been an interesting year to say the least. With all of the change and craziness that has come along this year, there has also been new opportunity. Here is a look at the year in digital marketing: trends that emerged, ideas that came to fruition, and where most companies focused their digital efforts.

New Year, New You: Refreshing Your Brand in 2021

New year, new you! Whether you’re planning some business changes in response to the global pandemic, or just in need of a refresh that you’ve been putting off for a while, there’s no time like the new year to make some changes. The start of the new year is an ideal time to introduce new ideas for your brand. Here are some updates and changes you may want to consider to keep your brand moving forward as we enter 2021.

Taking Advantage of Your Strengths

As a business, it is important to know what your strengths and competitive advantages are. If you have any sort of advantage over your competitors, you really need to make the most of it! An advantage could be anything from a lower price, to a specific product feature you offer that your competitors don’t, to the variety of products you offer, to the creativity of your advertisements. No matter what it is you do best, we’ve laid out a little roadmap below for how to recognize and take advantage of your strengths as a company.

Memorable Holiday Ads from the Past 50 Years

Besides the Super Bowl, the holiday season produces some of the best advertisements around the globe. We’re taking a walk down memory lane this week on the blog, with a few of the most memorable holiday ads in recent history. These are incredible marketing campaigns that have withstood the test of time and captured the hearts of so many. No matter your age, you are sure to have seen at least a couple of these commercials over the years.

Influencer Incentives Beyond Compensation

As the field of social media influencing has grown, the expectations for compensation have grown along with it. When influencing was a new concept, it was more of a hobby than a job for most people, so partnerships offering free product in exchange for posts were the norm. Influencers were more willing to do more work for less. However, as the field has become more established, it has become a full-time job for many. Influencers have come to expect payment, just as you would for any other job.