Marketing Rules for any Independent Restaurateurs

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1 Never invest in a program you do not agree 100%

2 Understand fully rule # 1

3 Throwing any shit against the wall and expecting it to stick is dumb

4 Understand your Marketing Plan thoroughly

5 Establish a sustainable campaign with check points on your progress

6 Correct any flaw and adjust the campaign to its best possible outcome

7 Use all gathered data of previous campaign to optimize your second campaign

8 Keep on Marketing Your Restaurant. The day you *STOP you sign your death certificate. Continue reading

Gorilla Marketing

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Gorilla Marketing is the epitome of the creative mind over the power of the mighty dollar. In this article, we will emphasize out of the box ways to create a Brand, and a *Culture to boost your restaurant on top of your zone of influence.

Here are the steps:

1 Recognize who are those people living in your zone of influence: A 3 miles radius (this is the only zone of influence, you have. People don’t travel more than 3 miles to go out for dinner) from your location.

2 Focus on the makeup of your potential guests (baby boomers, millenniums. According to people’s income?) Remember nobody can please everybody, this is why you have to make a survey to find out who will appreciate your establishment.

3 Establish a sustainable Marketing Plan for your budget.

You do not need a large budget to market your restaurant, you just need to be consistent. You might start as low as $500 a month. Most independents only have few ways to design a Marketing Plan. Direct Marketing, flyers, direct phone calls, collecting guests data, and keeping in touch through emails. Social media is good to a point since you reach the world and the world is not going to come to you. Your website is very important, but it cannot be a dead site like 99.99% of restaurants websites. Continue reading