That's what it costs to send Restaurant Owners Uncorked and a personal note to people who have leverage. Deans and presidents of culinary schools. Editors of restaurant publications. Restaurant consultants.These are people who not only can pull levers to expose our book to lots of people, but they are also people that we want to... Continue Reading →

Why we don’t have a sales team

Often I hear "Why don't you have any sales people?" or "It seems like you could pay young college kids all over the country to walk into restaurants and sell Schedulefly - why not?" or "Why not partner with a food service business that is visiting restaurants already and have them sell Schedulefly too?" (We... Continue Reading →

Things that make you say, "Hmmmm."

"What the heck do we do with these cards that have been in my drawer for two years?" I asked myself that question this morning. We have 1,000 of these suckers. Maybe 1,500. Let's just say it's a lot of them and they have been collecting dust and doing us no good since I brought... Continue Reading →

Inside Schedulefly – Wil’s whiteboard

A buddy asked me recently what happened to the Wil's whiteboard series on our blog. I used to post occasional videos of me sharing what was on my whiteboard at the time (product ideas, marketing ideas, etc.), and discussing why they were there. I haven't done it for a while, and I'm having problems uploading... Continue Reading →

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