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Why Your Venue Needs Updated Content

May 25, 2021 / Hollie Wornes  >

We’ve all heard the well-known expression “you eat with your eyes first” and this is certainly true. When something is visually appealing of course you are more inclined to order it. But our team here at SDS have done some research and have found that the old expression is a bit outdated.

Content Trends of 2021

March 10, 2021 / Judy Seto  >

We all know how rapidly social media trends come and go, so let's delve right in to the top trends of the moment. 

User Generated Content: What Is it and How to Use It

February 8, 2021 / Tom McParlane  >

User Generated Content (UGC) refers to a collection of content created online that relates directly to your business, generated by a user or third party other than yourself. There are many benefits of using UGC as part of your digital marketing strategy and many ways to encourage people to generate content for you.

Downloadable 2021 Marketing Calendar

November 19, 2020 / Judy Seto  >

Let's all agree that 2020 was a bit of a write-off. Now on to bigger and better things, hello 2021! Our marketing calendar is full of key dates, perfect for planning your social media strategy.

Downloadable 2020 Marketing Calendar

November 26, 2019 / Judy Seto  >

Back and bigger than ever, our updated 2020 marketing calendar is ready for you to download!

3 Key Tips for Effective Flatlay Food Photography

November 14, 2019 / James Ambrose  >

If you’ve ever scrolled through Instagram, perused a cookbook or visited a restaurants website for a cheeky sneak peek into their offerings it’s likely that you’ve seen some flatlay food photography. But what exactly is a ‘flatlay’?

Creating Insta Moments For Your Venue

October 16, 2019 / Lauren Pong  >

Many restaurants are now designing their concepts around being “Instagrammable” to attract and engage more customers, and they are not wrong in doing so.