Let's get some of your most delicious dishes promoted on our new F&B dating website, SOGUI (think Tinder but for food and drinks).

But before you go ahead and start promoting, please make sure you've set up your SOGUI > Venue settings. This is where you enter in basic information about your business as well as upload your logo and hero shots. We also highly recommend having your SOGUI Menu active as well as it will be linked directly from any promotion you create.

SOGUI is in soft launch

Our new F&B dating website, SOGUI is currently in soft launch. This means that any promotions you create will appear on the website but we have not yet started to market the site to the general public. For this, we need as many promotions up and running as possible. What will your top three crowd-pleasers be?

But let's get promoting!

Head to SOGUI > Promote on your management site and click the Promote a menu item button to get started.

Search for (or drop down the categories) to locate the delicious menu item you want to promote on SOGUI. Click on the item to continue.

Fill in the promotion details.

Here you can change the name and sales price if needed (PLEASE NOTE: This will change the item price and name on your posBoss iPad menu as well)

Next, go ahead and select up to 3 cravings categories the item falls into. Is it warm and comforting? Light and fresh? Or a meal to soothe the hungry beast?

Further down the page you can upload your hero image of the item, enter a tantalising description and select any appropriate dietary requirements. The preview will update as you fill out all the details so you can get an idea of how the promotion will appear.

Looking good? It's time to Activate your promotion. Press the button at the top right of the page to get the promotion live!

What's Next?

Now your promotion is live it will appear on your SOGUI Promote page and start tracking views and likes when people come across the item in SOGUI.

To see how the SOGUI Website will work for the public, take a look at this article...

And finally, check out how to manage your promotions and what the Reach and Engagement numbers mean in this article...

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