Social Media Marketing Guide for Food Truck Success

This guide is designed to give food truck operators an understanding of social media marketing.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: FoodTruckOperator.com




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Environment-focused startup spearheads food trailers to support brands

Move Systems helps food brands expand into urban markets via food trailers. The company focuses on improving the urban physical environment.

London Summit: Coyote Ugly's key considerations before taking on the world

Coyote Ugly has learned to speak a lot of different languages along its path to global growth. Here, one of the chain's leaders shares the key elements for any brand to consider before setting off on a worldwide trek.

Wayback Burgers to test food trailers in the Big Apple

The fast casual chain teams with a trailer specialist to launch its first mobile food initiative, starting in New York City.

How to choose the right food truck oven

Space, utility costs and volume are key when operating a food truck. By choosing the right oven, you can maximize your investment.

How a San Francisco food trucker fine tunes his business strategy, Part II

Rich Mainzer's engineering background has played heavily into how he manages his food truck operation, helping him focus on costs and business strategy.

Targeting 500 customers a day: How one San Francisco food trucker does it (Part 1)

In three years, Rich Mainzer has expanded to a second truck and a catering facility, a business that employs 16 people during peak season and targets 500 customers per day. He does it in one of the nation's most competitive food truck markets.

In pictures: Global restaurant execs in London: Part 1

Executives from 17 countries gathered in London for the 2017 Restaurant Franchising & Innovation Summit — Europe last week. The event, produced by Networld Media Group, provided the opportunity for more than 100 restaurant leaders to share advice, success stories and discuss how they moved on from failure.

3 commonalities among Lyfe Kitchen, Urban Plates, Baskin Robbins brand-building strategies

Building a successful brand has three parts: storytelling, club making and country building, according to a branding expert at the National Restaurant Show.

Phoodio app updates food truck schedules automatically for customers

While most food truck owners claim social media is their top marketing tool, one software engineer learned that not all of them do a good job keeping customers up to date on where they are. He created an app to make this task easier.

How 1 Central Florida food truck quickly attracted 800 percent more visitors to their website

Ribshack Foods had the unique challenge of promoting both its sauce and chips product lines as well as developing an instant local following for its three Central Florida restaurant locations. The company turned to social media as its primary line of marketing.

Caliburger founder to discuss how $3.1M investment will fuel robotics in the kitchen

The substantial investment is the combined effort of Acacia Research Corporation, Match Robotics VC, and a number of undisclosed strategic investors.

Food truck boosts sales for Texas pizza and wings restaurant

Il Primo Pizza & Wings in Richmond, Texas has proven that a food truck can do a lot to promote a brick-and-mortar restaurant, and that there are significant operational synergies between the two sales venues.

What insurance coverage do you need for your food truck?

Due to the mobility of your business, finding an appropriate policy (or policies) can sometimes be a bit of a challenge, so let's break your risks down.

Franchisees talk do-over: What they wish they knew before opening their franchise

Managing employees is a major aspect that new franchisees often don’t realize or prepare for when signing a franchise agreement. That, and the fact that running your own shop means dozens of daily decisions, are big eye openers.

How to avoid disputes in the franchisor-franchisee partnership

Attorney Brian Schnell of Faegre Baker Daniels LLP offers up advice and tips on how potential franchise operators and franchisors can sidestep common disputes before the arguments move toward a court setting. Good communication and clear expectations are key.

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