Is your bar currently sharing updates on social media?
Even when you’re closed, social media should be a key part of your marketing strategy. And here’s why…
For those of you who loved our April free download, we’ve got another Social Media Holiday Calendar for you for May!
If you’re wanting to get really creative with your social media content, highlights for this month include: Star Wars Day, not one but two Bank Holidays, Learning at Work Week and National BBQ Week…
On Friday 24th April, Facebook shared a blog announcing a whole host of new video-calling features to WhatsApp, Messenger and their own app. Possibly the most exciting of these was ‘Messenger Rooms’ – which will allow users to start video chats that can be joined by up to 50 people with no time limit.
The so-called ‘boring’ businesses e.g. accountants, banks and finance providers, insurance firms, energy providers and local councils have all seen unprecedented demand during the Coronavirus pandemic. Who hasn’t spent ages on the phone to at least of one of these people recently?
Whilst these businesses might not have flashy visuals and fun content to share, it’s still vital that they keep their customers updated in times like these.
Here are just some of the reasons why it’s so important to be active on social…
Social media can be managed in-house by individuals or you can hire a social media agency. Some businesses make the mistake of thinking it’s an easy task that doesn’t need much attention – but nothing could be further from the truth!
If you’ve not responded to their message or comment, new customers can be lost pretty quickly. If you haven’t shared a post in a while, people might think you’re not open or taking orders.