The number one question we receive from restaurant owners is: What should we post on our social media pages if we’re temporarily closed? Answer: Lots of things! DON’T GO DARK!
When’s the last time you took a mental health day? Read on for a high-level reminder on the importance of mental health days.
Third-party delivery apps have been in the news a lot lately as they rise in popularity and demand. But is going with a third-party site like GrubHub or DoorDash a smart move for your restaurant? Social High Rise staff is giving you our take in this blog. Check it out!
Social media advertisements are arguably one of the most effective forms of advertising right now. With most restaurants operating on a day to day basis, Facebook and Instagram ads are an excellent way to make sure your customers know what’s up! Check out this blog post for more on the topic.
Managing Facebook through Business Manager can be tricky to navigate. If you need to grant someone access to your Facebook Business Page, we’ve broken down how to do it with three different scenarios and handy dandy screenshots. Happy #Businessing!
The two things we want to help you with right now (besides social media) are 1) making sure your business has the funds it needs to continue to operate, and 2) ensuring your employees are cared for as much as possible during this time of financial uncertainty.
Making the switch to delivery and takeout may look fairly easy but doing it well, well enough to generate a sufficient number of customers and sales, may not be.
Information on COVID-19 government relief, including a new Paycheck Protection loan, SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL), and loan forgiveness.
Curious how to start offering curbside, or just want to get better at it? Join three restaurateurs from around the state for a conversation on how they are making it work for their full service restaurants.
A dozen stories about what Mexican/Latin restaurants are doing to weather the storm in this uncertain time.
The federal government passed the CARES Act, a major piece of legislation designed to help businesses survive the corona virus crisis.