Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google Business Profile (Google Posts), and LinkedIn. From one place, your restaurant can publish content to multiple social sites with the push of a button, utilize in-line conversations so the context of interactions isn’t lost and schedule a calendar of posts.
Restaurants know that customer communication is important, but a lot of restaurants still haven’t formed a specific communication channel for addressing online questions and building social relationships. With 89% of U.S. consumers saying that they’ve gone to a competitor’s restaurant after a poor or no response from a restaurant, it’s clear that a restaurant’s ability to listen to complaints and provide responses is linked to its success.
Did you know that 90% of restaurants have Facebook pages, but that almost one third of them post less than once per week? Building an engaged audience can be time consuming, and for many restaurants it’s the reason why they quit updating their pages. In order to create a successful social media presence, every post needs to be relevant and have value. With Platr’s ready-to-post content, it has never been easier to provide timely, relevant content for your customers.
While not all social networks are designed with strict character limits like Twitter, it’s important for posts to be of a readable length.
When posting to multiple networks, the Social Marketing Composer will limit your post according to the network with the lowest limit. The character count of your post is tracked above the Content box in the Composer.
Facebook – up to 63,206 characters
Twitter – up to 280 characters
LinkedIn – up to 700 characters
Instagram – up to 2,200 characters
Google Business Profile – up to 1,500 characters
All of our content customized for your restaurants conforms with the above guidelines.