When I am not working online, I am in the kitchen. With everything I do, I like to bring my passion to the forefront - hence my international radio show, The Social Media Chef. The weekly show can be found on iTunes and our half hour format covers online marketing concerns, celebrity interviews and of course custom recipes from my kitchen to yours. You can download podcasts of our previous episodes here: http://bit.ly/cqJyUt OR get the iPhone App: http://ow.ly/9znFS
Social media has become so useful to the healthcare sector that organizations such as Mayo Clinic have actually developed departments dedicated solely to utilizing social media. The goals of the Mayo Clinic center for social ...
With healthcare reform top of mind these days, everyone is asking how the medical industry can treat patients better for less money. Social media often comes up in these discussions and everyone seems to have an opinion ...
I’ve seen my mom, her sisters and my grandmother make bread for years….but it always looked like such a pain. Then I found a few recipes that I really liked….that took half of the time! I changed and experimented and the following recipe is what I came up with.
Alex Schmidt's grandparents say that the best Jewish food they've ever eaten came from Mexico. They remember a legendary husband-and-wife catering team who made downtown Mexico City feel like the shtetls of Eastern Europe.
I hope you enjoy this Google+ 101 ebook. My goal here is for you to walk away with a full understanding of its value, as well as being able to navigate and build your brand on Google+ as soon as you finish reading. Yep, lofty goals – but I think I got you covered here!
We make the photographs better in our restaurant Marketing. This should be one of the restaurant's primary marketing goals, and today I am going to share a scientifically proven tip to help make that happen.
So you’re tweeting away on Twitter about your latest blog…posting links to industry related articles…engaging with people, and so forth. You’ve followed some of your favorite folks, tweeted about your favorite place to eat sushi, and others are now following you. Like the dentist in Calgary and the life coach in Scotland.
What about the users in your own backyard? How do you find geographically closer prospects who may be interested in your offer?
I'm a single girl who lives alone. I make my own food most of the time and enjoy cooking. My repetoire is kind of limited, though. What are some easy and nutrious things you like to cook? Bonus points if they freeze well.
Chefs and restaurateurs are using social media to reveal how their dishes are made, connect with customers, and provide a means for diners to share feedback. (#Mobile #Media for restaurants is about more than coupons.
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