5 Tips to Grow a Local-Social Following (Organically)
When Dave Danhi started the Grilled Cheese Truck in 2009, he had no idea that it would expand beyond one truck, much less that social media would be a huge driver of the company’s growth.
Now, almost five years later, Danhi notes that Facebook and Twitter are “paramount” to his business, and that about 80 percent of his customers get location information from the truck’s constant social updates (averaging about 4-5 updates per hour, per truck). In fact, Danhi says that social media marketing is almost as important as his food when it comes to the success of his business.
Although your enterprise’s daily success is likely not as dependent on social media as the Grilled Cheese Truck’s, that doesn’t mean growing a local following naturally, should be put on the back burner (no pun intended).
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