Score BIG with These World Cup Promotions

Next week, people from all around the globe will tune in to watch 32 countries compete in one of the most prestigious tournaments of all time—the World Cup. During the last series of games back in 2014, an estimated 3.2 billion viewers tuned in worldwide, making it the second most popular global sporting event, only…

7 HUGE Ways Your Business Can Benefit from Offering Free Wi-Fi

If you own a restaurant or small business in 2018, you know by now that technology can help you out tremendously. Sure—we did just fine without it 20 years ago, but today, outdated or a total lack of technology can put your business at risk of several problems, including slow operations and unhappy customers. In…

7 Simple Ways to Go Above & Beyond this Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is right around the corner and for most restaurants, it’s the busiest day of the year next to Valentine’s Day. Last year, more than 92 million Americans celebrated in restaurants, while another 21 million ordered takeout or delivery. If you don’t have anything planned yet for your establishment, the time to get started…

The Ultimate Guide to Managing Your Online Listings

It’s no secret that the most popular way to find new places today is by searching online. What’s less obvious though, are the factors affecting how easily your business is found in a search. Before you spend time and money on SEO (search engine optimization), take a few minutes to read this guide and learn…

Making a Difference in Your Community During National Nutrition Month

If you’ve ever received a review online for your business that’s said something similar to: “Had to leave because there was nothing healthy on the menu” “Everything was fried and loaded with sugar or grease” “If you’re trying to eat healthy, this place isn’t for you” We can assure you, you’re not alone. Yes—these reviews…

St Patrick’s Day: Your Pot of Gold This Month

Irish or not, millions of people from dozens of cities around the United Sates look forward to parades, parties, and rivers dyed green in honor of Saint Patrick each year. The tradition has come a long way since it was first brought to the states by Irish immigrants back in the 19th century. In the…