The Restaurant Twitter Guide from @SGH_Marketing

Such Great Heights Marketing LLC, a Detroit marketing company, released a free guide to help restaurants effectively market their businesses on Twitter. The Ultimate Twitter Guide for Restaurants is being offered for free on the company’s website.

Many restaurants are dragging their feet when it comes to Twitter, presenting a huge opportunity for them to leverage it to grow their businesses. In fact, a 2012 study of Detroit-area restaurants on Twitter revealed that roughly 1 in 5 accounts have been abandoned and the average tweet rate for active accounts is only 1 every 3 days.

Infographic from SuchGreatHights


11 thoughts on “The Restaurant Twitter Guide from @SGH_Marketing

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