Topic: Marketing strategies
It may seem early to be discussing New Year's Eve but the time to plan, finalize and market your event is now if you want to beat the competition.
To give you an edge over your competition, help you engage followers online, and convert them into actual paying guests, follow this 7-point content marketing recipe.
If you don't stand out from the crowd with your social media posts, you just blend in. This is what you need to do to stand out from your competitors and be more than just white noise.
Your core values help attract and retain top quality employees, create more meaningful and impactful marketing campaigns, and achieve true guest loyalty.
It’s difficult to set aside your hard-earned money for marketing efforts when you're unable to track the return on your investment. Today, however, you can track nearly every marketing effort to understand and increase your ROI.
How do you know if slow ticket sales for your bar or nightclub event is to lack of marketing, bad timing, or booking the wrong talent? There’s no one-size-fits-all formula to determine the root cause, but there are ways for you to understand your event performance.
it’s hard to set aside your hard-earned money for marketing efforts when it seems like you’re blowing those dollars away with no knowledge about what you’re really getting in return. But that’s the issue in and of itself: you view your marketing as an expense instead of an investment. Get your marketing efforts down to a science with these 4 steps.
Join Andrew at the 2017 Nightclub & Bar Conference and Trade Show for his session “Butts in Barstools” to discuss customer engagement through "driving forces" and new ways to get the attention of your audience.
In today's data-driven world there's no excuse to not know your guests and what they want from you. It's all too common for operators to spend money on mass marketing efforts aimed at a broad range of people who may or may not be their customers. Follow these 5 top tips to dial in your marketing, create customer loyalty, and generate revenue.
Newsletters are an incredibly effective way of engaging with your customers and getting them to come into your bar or nightclub...if you include the right content. Here are three types of content you should include in your newsletter.