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Facebook Ads vs Google Advertising For Your Catering Business

 

Facebook Ads vs Google Ads, Which paid advertising should you focus on for your Catering Business. Well it depend what you are running the ads for.

For example, Google is great for special days such as Saint Patrick's Day that is coming up in a few weeks. The reason for that is because a lot of people will be looking for caterers on Google to help them with their parties.  So because of that you will get actual hot leads from your Google Ads.

Facebook on the other hand is different in the sense that you can run ads all the time because of their extraordinary targeting. You can run different ads going after different kind of people. In the video you will see how you can target people that are thinking about getting married. That feature is called interests.

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Expand Your Catering Menu To Make More Sales For Mardis Gras & Saint Patrick's Day.

 

Expand Your Catering Menu To Make More Sales For Mardis Gras & Saint Patrick's Day. Advertise your Catering Business for Mardis Gras & Saint Patrick's Day to capture more sales. Marketing your catering business for special days will bring in extra cash for your business. But you have to plan ahead of time. 

The day you start planning ahead, is the day you will sale more catering jobs. Download your Free 2020 Marketing Planner. https://www.alshanmarketing.com/pl/136077

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Your Catering Website Needs to Target Your Ideal Clients’ Persona

Are you interested in expanding your catering business this holiday season by catering corporate holiday parties?

Businesses big and small are gearing up right now to show their employees some appreciation for a job well done in 2019, and corporate executives love to spend money on the convenience of having their holiday event hosted by a competent, reliable catering business. 

That could be you! But how do you get your hands on a bigger piece of that holiday pie?

 My name is Al Shan, and I’ve made an average of $40,000 per holiday season through catering corporate events.

Read on to learn my time tested tips and tricks for how to attract your ideal clients, and how to relate to corporate catering customers.

Over time, I’ve realized that the best catering clients are corporate businesses, because they love to order food consistently. Especially during the holidays! So how can you successfully attract these highly profitable clients and close the deal?

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