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November FSC Successes: A Snowfall of Client Successes

      FSC Successes Infographic Text We feel like singing with our latest batch of winter successes on behalf of our clients:   “…and since we’ve got stats to show, SEO, SEO, SEO!”   Wait – those aren’t the lyrics? FSC Successes for Social Media Bienville House Hotel is definitely on the nice list: they reached out to their on-site restaurant, Latitude 29, to jumpstart their new Instagram community. The tasty partnership included a giveaway that resulted in 130+ new followers. Visit New Orleans brought down the house with a custom Thanksgiving video – it was viewed nearly 20,000 times on Facebook. Meanwhile, on Instagram, a post of a decorated streetcar surpassed 5,000 likes – a personal best for the account! A Twitter competition for tickets to the Bayou Classic hosted on Visit New Orleans turned a winner into a brand ambassador: she asked her followers to make sure to #FollowYourNOLA FSC Successes for Blogging 1st Lake Properties found a sweet silver lining: although overall site traffic was down, returning users increased by 8%, page views increased by 29%, and time on site nearly doubled with a 95% increase! This shows it’s becoming a true resource for 1st Lake residents. FSC Successes for Paid Search/SEM Bienville House is back for success seconds. Their conversion rate increased 14% since the new website launched, compared to the same time period before. Congrats!... read more

Social Media Best Practices for Restaurants [Infographic + Case Studies]

When you’re handling a restaurant’s social media presence, it can be equal parts enjoyable and tough. One negative review can cost a restaurant around 30 potential customers, but that’s not the be-all-end-all for a restaurant or its online persona. As a community manager or content creator, there are some major ingredients involved in cooking up an effective and engaging brand presence. With 80% of people researching restaurants online before they decide to dine, it’s important to make sure your content represents the brand’s voice and your community manager responds quickly and appropriately to fan reviews and customer inquiries. If you’re engaged with the good AND the bad, it shows character, and it humanizes your brand. Leverage National Trends & Seasonal Topics It’s also important to pay attention to trending topics you can leverage for your brand. Popular national food holidays are a great way to add your voice to the conversation in a relevant way. Criollo Restaurant, for example, took advantage of #NationalGumboDay by enticing followers with a mouth-watering image of their popular Seafood Gumbo: Use Video Marketing To Your Advantage Video marketing is also becoming a major player for any online presence. Portraying a brand’s voice through captivating cinema and eloquent copy helps first-time searchers get an idea of your restaurant’s aesthetic and personality. Doris Metropolitan took advantage of video content to profile its restaurant dining area, private dining room, and courtyard dining area. The video reached 4,700 people and had more than 1,800 views. It was simple, informative, and accurately represented the brand’s voice. Most importantly, it got people talking about their experiences at Doris. Social Media... read more

Boost Your Holiday Sales: SEO Tips & Social Media Tricks for Black Friday and Cyber Monday

The holiday season means big business for retailers, and with e-commerce sales expected to exceed $550 billion in the United States alone in 2016, it’s clear that there is plenty of opportunity for small businesses to think smarter and take action now to boost holiday sales. Here are six SEO tips and social media tricks to start implementing today that will keep the virtual cash register ringing all year long. Schedule content in advance Plan ahead and create blog posts and social media content for the holiday season with the goal of increasing sales. Create targeted gift guides for different price points and demographics (think “Gifts for Men” or “Gifts Under $50”). Don’t stop after the holiday season is over – Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, wedding season, and other holidays offer plenty of opportunity for year-round gift-themed content. Remember to schedule social media posts about Black Friday or Cyber Monday sales, and be sure to let your customers know about holiday shipping deadlines. Improve your call-to-action & landing pages ‘Tis the season to tout your best work. Look for ways to improve user experience on your website, and direct visitors to the actions you want them to take. Make it easy for them to find the information they need before they’ll buy, like shipping and return policies and customer service contact info. Put the spotlight on seasonal products, gift certificates, and gift wrapping options. Use Pinterest to drive traffic Pinterest is the social media channel that is a natural fit for e-tailers. With its visual nature and built-in search functionality, Pinterest is a shopper’s paradise, and visitors who click through from... read more

FSC Fall Successes: A Hearty Crop of Client Wins

Autumn is harvest season, and if we were farmers, let’s just say we’d be very busy with abundant crops of client successes! From huge year-over-year gains on the 1st Lake Properties blog to Hotel Monteleone’s highest-performing newsletter yet, we’re pleased to report a cornucopia of recent wins. Take a look! Blogging 1st Lake Properties Compared with the same period last year, October for the FLP blog saw: 4,596 sessions (+17% year over year) 3,436 users (+19% YOY) 9,459 page views (+42% YOY) Pinterest was the top source for social referrals, an exciting change from the continuous Facebook referrals seen in past statistics Social Media Visit New Orleans VNO had a spook-tacular time leveraging New Orleans as America’s Most Haunted City. One video received the following engagement: 868 comments on Instagram— the most comments ever! An organic reach on Facebook of 456,000+ More than 22,700 impressions on Twitter Email Newsletter Hotel Monteleone 1 email generated 45,723 opens (20% Open Rate) + 2,751 clicks In total, the email garnered $119,702.50 in revenue Paid Search/SEM Mignon Faget Best month ever (again) for paid search with $17,880 International House Best month since January 2014 for paid search with $45,870 Sent more revenue in Oct 2015 than in both Oct 2014 and 2013 combined! Get focused and smart about your digital communications strategy for the year ahead. Our FREE 5-day digital marketing mini-course will... read more