Searching for inspiration, need to motivate staff or looking for a new way to market your restaurant? Twitter can help you find all the answers to your questions and give you inspiration boost when you need it. Twitter can be overwhelming and you will more than likely miss the content that could be applicable to your business however with Twitter lists you add all the people you don’t want to miss into one list so you can check back in your own time. See how you can set up a twitter lists here.
Now, on with our thoughts on must follow twitter accounts for restaurants…
Who: Jamie Oliver is a British chef that the public have taken to their hearts.
Why: He has a great ability to communicate with the public in everyday language that resonates with potential customers
Who: Bestowers of the much sought after Michelin Stars and rosettes
Why: You may not want to be a Michelin star restaurant but knowing who the best are and what they do can only help you
Who: Entrepreneur and wine expert
Why: Wine is where most of your profit comes from right? The more you know about it the better
Niall Harbinson & Lovin Dublin
Who: Former chef and entrepreneur, turned foodwriter, photographer and more
Why: The old way is gone. If you want to know what your next generation of customers will expect and how they make decisions then Nialls “honest and colourful” thoughts will give you a great insight
Who: Food Writer and photographer
Why: Quality food images are the best way to showcase your product and communicate with your customers. Create better images to get your product out there.
Who: Any restaurant locally that competes for your customers
Why: Reading and watching your competitors promotional activity not only keeps you informed of what they are up to but is a sure fire way to inspire you into action
Your local food writers and critics
Who: Food critics and food writers for local and national publications
Why: Although they are becoming less relevant they still have a significant influence. The more you know about these guys the better prepared you will be for unexpected visits.
Must follow twitter accounts for restaurants
These are just some suggestions for you as a restaurant owner or operator to follow on Twitter and remember to create a list for them Our idea is that it gives you a condensed relevant source of inspirational content at a time that suits you