May 31 2018
Nick Leonard
3 Minutes to read

In some ways this Twitter Era can be good for your restaurant’s business. With a dash of wit, and a stylized photo of your best summer dish—glorious #duck with crispy fatty skin—you might just reach the foodie scene. Twitter is primarily known as a social network for sharing thoughts and ideas through 280-character posts (formerly 140 characters). Twitter is more conversational than other platforms, and you can use Twitter to connect with people privately or even to lasso a large group for an explosive conversation about food trends or the pure awesomeness of your restaurant. Altogether, the features of Twitter can be used to play an important role in your restaurant’s marketing plans.

What can Twitter do for marketing your restaurant? With Twitter, you can connect with customers as well as with your local and global communities. Twitter can be used to attract new customers and turn one-time guests into repeat diners, too. Update your Twitter account whenever your restaurant is featuring an exciting special or too-good-to-miss promotion and get the word out. There are a number of ways that Twitter can help you to build buzz around your restaurant.

Don’t know where to begin with social-media marketing with Twitter? It’s easy to get started. We’ve got you covered with easy step-by-step tips. In this “Master Twitter for Your Restaurant” infographic, we’ll take a closer look at:

  • Using Twitter for restaurant marketing.
  • Best practices for choosing a Twitter account name.
  • Best practices for writing profile descriptions.
  • Adding account information, such as contact information and store hours.
  • How to set up a Twitter account in a few easy steps.
  • Types of content customers respond to on Twitter.
  • How to dominate in local restaurant searches.
  • Ideas for making the most out of the Twitter platform.
  • The best times to post on Twitter.

Whether you’re just getting started or ready to refine your social media strategy for maximum exposure, this one-stop guide will get you up and running in just a few minutes.

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Nick Leonard

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Nick Leonard

Nick Leonard is the Growth Marketing Manager, Caterer Acquisition at ezCater. He helps restaurants and catering companies grow their businesses with the latest digital marketing techniques.

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