Digital marketing for bars.
Social media for your bar or pub is a great opportunity to grow your business – whether you’re pulling pints, concocting cocktails or brewing your own IPA, your customers are behind their screens waiting to connect.
Bars are uniquely positioned at the heart of social media in the UK, without even really having to try. A quick drink is a social institution, and as our social lives play out more and more online, people are sharing photos, checking-in and arranging drinks with friends via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
There’s a lot of ways you can incorporate social media advertising into your bar’s marketing strategy that’ll bring in regulars more often, get in front of new crowds and sell out events. It’s a simple, high-return method of keeping your venue at the front of customers’ minds.
Share your most enticing cocktails, niche ciders or great bar food with a community of local socialites, defined by the perimeters of your target audience.
Bursting with functionality ideal for the industry – grow your audience, run competitions, host offers and build up highly-targeted footfall.
A simple, unique and gorgeous branded website for your bar is the hub of all your digital activity that needn’t cost the Earth.
Get involved with local conversation and let people know you’re here! Perfect when your target customer base is students or young professionals.
One of London’s most unique venues, The Tale Bar is the Mayfair home of the Playboy Bunny, bursting with luxurious cocktails and vintage charm. Regular recruitment days were just one thing that social media advertising could support, getting job openings in front of the best candidates for the role quickly and accurately.
The team at The Angel completely refurbished an old Nottingham pub and turned it into a dog-friendly microbrewery, gig venue and kitchen, serving some of the best organic and vegan food in the city. Facebook advertising has supported their sell-out pie nights and brought an online community of beer-lovers through the doors.
I have worked closely with the Go dine digital team for over a year. During this time, I have found them to be creative, proactive, flexible and a pleasure to work with. Their content is engaging and has helped to increase our following and brand exposure.