Social Media Engagement With A Halloween Martini

by Alan Underkofler on October 29, 2010

It’s time for the Social Media Halloween Martini!  Yes I know you are thinking how can Halloween, social media, and blackwidow_halloween_social_media_martinimartini’s possibly fit together?  The answer is really quite simple.  Social media is about engagement.  Social media engagement is definitely a buzz word so the question I answer for many of our clients is what does engagement mean for my business?  Social media engagement for your business is about building relationships, having great customer service, and attracting people to you through conversations and great content.  Engagement leads to new likes on your Facebook business page, new views on your YouTube channel, new Twitter followers, new readers and subscribers to your blog, and of course what we all want, new customers.

The following Halloween Martini recipe is for you.  It’s a reminder from Square Martini Media to have fun, enjoy the holidays, and think about creative ways to create engagement with your social media community.  In my last post 3 Steps to Take the Scare Out of Social Media for Your Business I may have forgotten one step which is to have fun, enjoy your business, and take care of your customers.  Providing martini recipes is about connecting with our community and creating stronger relationships.

Please enjoy the Halloween recipe and make sure to drink responsibly:

BLACK WIDOW MARTINI

2 oz black vodka
.5 oz Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur
2 oz blackberry or grape juice
black licorice and sugar for garnish (optional)

Combine all ingredients in an ice-filled cocktail shaker. Shake well and strain into a sugar-rimmed martini glass. Garnish with black licorice and add a plastic black spider to the stem of the martini glass.

Happy Halloween!

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