Clicks To Bricks Reviews Foursquare’s New Menu And Offers Marketer’s A Fix For Mom And Pop Eateries

Local Clicks to Bricks is a marketing company that is offering new solutions for entrepreneurs and independent restaurant owners using Foursquare’s new menu powered by Locu.

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Brandon, Fl (PRWEB) May 17, 2013

Foursquare’s new menu app, powered by the same company that works with Yelp!, was recently reviewed by local Click to Bricks, a nationwide marketing firm that helps small business acquire new customers using social media marketing strategies.

Don Fawcett, CEO of Local Clicks to Bricks, announced a new solution for marketers to help local mom and pop restaurants unseat corporate food chains with big ad budgets.

Don Fawcett commented, “Many of the top chain restaurants and retailers have dedicated personnel handling their social strategies including Foursquare and Facebook, but the local mom and pop don’t have the money to hire someone full time, and don’t want to learn these marketing strategies themselves. This is where Local Clicks to Bricks comes in. We teach local marketers how to contact local business owners, and then we do the marketing for their local client. It’s a win-win since neither party has to learn how to do social marketing. We’ve already figured that out for them.”

Most of the top retailers and big restaurant chains already have a Foursquare presence. About Foursquare , an independent blog and not associated with Foursquare, lists the top 100 restaurant chains and the top 100 retailers who have Foursquare pages.

Foursquare pages are independent of the individual stores and usually represent the corporate headquarters for major companies like Starbucks Coffee, Pizza Hut, Jimmy Johns, Denny’s, Chili’s Grill & Bar, and many more according to About Foursquare.

Name brand retailers listed on the page include Wal-Mart, Target, Macy’s, The Home Depot, Lowes, and many others.

Don Fawcett said, “When you have the top restaurants and retailers spending their energy on Foursquare, that says something. I think the local small business should have the same chance, and that’s what we provide by teaching local marketers how to help small business owners attract more new business, and keep the customers they have coming back.”

Don Fawcett teaches basic business marketing principles and Internet marketing strategies to business owners and individuals alike. For more information, visit http://www.localclickstobricks.com/.

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Don Fawcett

Local Clicks to Bricks

622 E Lumsden Rd, Brandon, FL 33511-6524

(813) 689-2300


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