5 Things You Need To Be Doing On Social Media When Your Escape Room Is Temporarily Closed

By doing the 5 things I’m going to share today, you will be a source for good, for positivity. You’ll be recognized as a business who cares and who is there for its local community.

And from a business point of view, the better job you do of this the easier you’ll find attracting new customers and getting new bookings when this has all blown over and your room has reopened.

If You’re Not Using This To Market Your Escape Room, You’re Missing Out!

Today I’m going to talk about another marketing strategy, using a tool that is often neglected. Not only is this tool effective to use, it’s also entirely free to use! All you need is a clear strategy and a bit of time.

You’ll get the strategy from this post, but if you don’t go away and implement it as soon as possible, you risk missing out on new bookings!

And I’m not talking about bookings with a small group of people – I’m talking about large corporate bookings. And the tool you’re going to use to gain these corporate bookings is something you’ve probably already heard of – but might not consider it worth the time to look into, compared to the likes of Facebook or Instagram…