Step-by-step advice on how to use
digital and social media channels
to market your pub business.

Email Marketing

It may seem like old hat these days, but email is still a very effective way to market your business. Here's our guide to maintaining your database and creating killer content.


You're on it, your kids are on it, even your parents are on it - but how do you use the world's biggest mass market social media channel to market your pub? Find out here.


With so many social and digital channels out there, our guide to the basics includes how to decide your pub's social media strategy, establish a clear writing style and create good quality video content.


More than 82 per cent of pub customers will look you up on Google before visiting for the first time. Taking control of what the search giant says about you is vital. Here's how to do it.


Instagrammers put a positive spin on their lives through filtered pictures. Chances are, some of them will be taking snaps in your pub. Here's how to engage with them.


Billed as the internet's catalogue of ideas, Pinterest is a great way to publicise a blog or busy website on anything from outdoor spaces, interior design or food. Here's how to find your way around it.


SocialConnect lets you to update your Food, Drinks, Events and TV Sport on your website, Facebook and Twitter account simultaneously from one simple dashboard. Here's how to use it.


From Snaps to Stories, Snapcodes to screengrabs - it's a social media step too far for some, but it doesn't need to be. Find out how to use Snapchat to reach the right audience for your pub here.


Love it or loathe it, TripAdvisor is a vital tool to attract new customers to your business. Our guide helps take some of the pain out of managing your listing and responding to reviews.


It's not all trolls, Lady Gaga and what you've had for breakfast. In fact, Twitter is a very powerful social listening tool. Find out how you could use it for your pub here.

Facebook Adverts

Facebook Adverts are completely different to boosting posts. They allow you to target the exact customers you want, for very little money


Whilst not being as big a Google, Bing is still a powerful tool for customers use to find you.