John Moore

Founder, SocialMediaRestaurant.com

Bringing together a 25-year career on the New York City restaurant scene and 15 years of web design, John Moore has a unique perspective on the personal relationships between a restaurant and its diners, the front of house and back of house, and between the hospitality industry and the ever-changing platforms of social media. His clients include Mario Batali, Joe Bastianich, Lidia Bastianich and other prominent restaurant operators. Moore will be contributing exclusively to Restaurant Hospitality, and you can learn more on his website, Social Media Restaurant

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Posts by John Moore

Jun 04, 2014

Hashtags: What you need to know

Advice on the dos and don'ts of hashtags....More
Jan 16, 2014

How restaurant social media will evolve in 2014

This year is going to be all about taking content to the next level....More
Oct 03, 2013

Instagram video: A game changer for restaurants

Since Instagram took off last year it has proven to be a powerful and invaluably flexible tool for restaurants....More
Jul 01, 2013

7 low-cost ways to manage social media

Learn a few quick ways to improve your social media efforts at little or no cost....More
Mar 27, 2013

Tips for making the most of Instagram

Instagram offers opportunities to engage diners and extend your profile virally through the community....More
Jan 09, 2013

Keep your eye on these emerging social media trends

This year’s biggest trend is to better connect with your customers....More
Nov 06, 2012

How to leverage the impact of your Facebook presence

Facebook fan numbers don’t tell the whole story....More
Sep 18, 2012

What tweeting can do for your restaurant

Learn best practices for making Twitter an effective part of your restaurants social media marketing plan....More
Sep 06, 2012

Pinterest: Why restaurants need to be there

Take a look at tips to help build a robust presence on the photo-sharing social media network....More
Aug 28, 2012

No restaurant can afford to ignore social media

With available marketing resources remaining at a critical level, it would seem to be ridiculous not to avail yourself of these networking tools, if....More

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