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Leverage user-generated content on your restaurant’s social media

Coming up with consistent, engaging social media posts for your restaurant’s digital properties can be a tall order. National Restaurant Association partner Fishbowl identifies tactics to bolster user-generated, or customer-generated, content on your restaurant's social media channels.

Engage your restaurant’s online followers with live video

One of the newest ways to connect with your online following, live stream video allows you to showcase real-time snippets of restaurant activity and simultaneously interact with your social media community. Live stream video expert Ryan Bell, speaker at the 2016 Restaurant Innovation Summit, provides tips to help restuarants get rolling with Facebook Live and Twitter's Periscope, two popular live stream video platforms.

Social Media 101

Cary Levine, CEO of Mopro, offers an introduction to making social media work for your restaurant.

Get the word out about your grand opening

A new restaurant is full of potential and possibilities, but one of the first great challenges is to get the word out. National Restaurant Association partner Fishbowl shares social media suggestions.

How to engage with guests? Search for them first!

No matter the social media outlet you are using, the most important thing is to engage your customers. Whether tagged on Facebook, or mentioned in a Twitter handle, make sure to jump in on the conversation.

Why location-based actions are vital to your restaurant

Restaurant use of social media has increased tremendously within the past five years, but it’s easy to fall behind. That’s why it’s important to keep a constant pulse on the newest app and technology, as well as learn how it can help grow your business.

Contribute to the visual conversation with Instagram

Instagram isn’t just for restaurant goers, as photographs taken by chefs and restaurants have grown in popularity. Catch the attention of potential diners, promote specials and showcase your product with these Instagram tips.

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