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Matt Jones

Matt Jones

Matt Jones

Matt Jones is Inapub's Digital Services Manager

21.9.2017 Twitter

 

Here are some of the ways that pubs on Twitter are using the platform to reach more customers. Avoid bombarding customers with repetitive phrases like ‘Don’t forget……’ & ‘Come for this…’. Here are some ways to avoid doing that. 

 

Twitter
21.9.2017 Facebook

 

Going live is one of the best ways you can advertise what is going right now on Facebook in your pub. 

 

Facebook
7.9.2017 Facebook

The Cover photo at the top of the page can make a big difference to what customers, both new & old, will expect from your venue. 

Facebook
7.9.2017 Facebook

 

 

Having the right image set as your profile picture can make a huge difference to how customers find you. Identity is key to reaching them 

 

 

 

Facebook
17.8.2017 Google

Google Posts
Google posts are a way of making your Google business listing stand out from your competitors and drive customers to your business. If you have something going on in the pub, you can post it with your listing so people can see something before going onto your website. You can add an event, offer or special information to your post.

Google
17.8.2017 Instagram

Whilst you may not see the value of posts which disappear after 24 hours, Stories are a great way to show customers things that are going on in the pub that day. They also appear next to your profile picture at the top of a user's feed, which means they are more likely to reach your customers.

Instagram
17.8.2017 Instagram

Instagram stories which last 24 hours are a way to posts several things over the course of 24 and have them appear in the feed as one.

Instagram