Foodspotting Resources

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

Want to know more about Foodspotting and how it can help you attract and retain customers? I’ve compiled a list of resources, articles, books and tips that you can study, but nothing substitutes for one on one assistance. If you’d like personal coaching, I’m your girl! Call me at 916-265-2521 or email julie -at- getonthemap.us and we can schedule an appointment.

You can also follow my 573 Foodspotting Tips on Twitter, my Best Foodspotting Marketing Pins on Pinterest or follow the hashtag #573tips for great info about social media.

5 Favorite Apps for Foodies

Saturday, June 7th, 2014

Are Food Photographers Mental?

Friday, May 10th, 2013

No, No, Say it ain’t so!

OpenTable Purchases Foodspotting for $10 Million Cash

Sunday, March 31st, 2013

Foodspotting Acquired by OpenTable for 10 Million Dollars

Friday, March 15th, 2013

Video from TechCrunch – Foodspotting has been purchased by Open Table – $10 Million dollar purchase

Tell Your Restaurant’s Story with Foodspotting

Monday, February 18th, 2013

My friend Sheila Scarborough of Tourism Currents had some social photography tips at the Hawaii Social Media Summit.

  • Now that you’re a photographer, learn to think like one
  • Your last move before shooting with a camera phone? Wipe off the lens
  • Gowalla Founder Says Don’t Dismiss Foodspotting, Nosh, etc.

    Saturday, January 19th, 2013

    A Brief History of Foodspotting

    Sunday, December 30th, 2012

    Why do people spot? Is Foodspotting going to replace restaurant menus?

    Foodspotting Events

    Saturday, October 6th, 2012
    Corrie Davidson

    Taste of DC continues tomorrow (Sunday) and Monday! Tomorrow is the +Foodspotting DC meetup and +Nom Nom Boris Foodie Face Off!

    We'll see you at the +ZAGAT and Google+ tent at 11th & Pennsylvania!


    Corrie Davidson originally shared:
    Experience more than 50 DC area restaurants over three days on historic Pennsylvania Avenue between the White House and the Capitol. Taste of DC also features 30 specialty beers, all day live performances and Ben’s Chili Bowl’s 2nd Annual World Chili Eating Championship.

    +ZAGAT is sponsoring this event so be sure to stop by their tent and share your opinion on local shopping and foodie destinations in the DC metro area.http://goo.gl/B5SAh

    Party Mode
    Have friends that are unable to join in person? Share the party with them through photos. Simply download the Google+ App, click on the event, then click Party Mode and start snapping photos.

    Saturday, October 6 12PM-7PM
    Sunday, October 7 12PM-7PM
    Monday, October 8 12PM-7PM

    Admission is $10 and includes a soda, water, Stella Artois, or wine.
    All restaurants have at least 1 “taste” menu item for $3 or less.
    Children 12 and under get in for free! (With paying adult. Complimentary beverage not included with free admission.)


    Taste of DC
    Experience more than 50 DC area restaurants over three days on historic Pennsylvania Avenue between the White House and the Capitol. Taste of DC also features 30 specialty beers, all day live performances and Ben’s Chili Bowl’s 2nd Annual World Chili Eating Championship. *+ZAGAT is sponsoring this event so be sure to stop by their tent and share your opinion on local shopping and foodie destinations in the DC metro area.* http://goo.gl/B5SAh *Party Mode* Have friends that are unable to join in person? Share the party with them through photos. Simply download the Google+ App, click on the event, then click Party Mode and start snapping photos. Saturday, October 6 12PM-7PM Sunday, October 7 12PM-7PM Monday, October 8 12PM-7PM Admission is $10 and includes a soda, water, Stella Artois, or wine. All restaurants have at least 1 “taste” menu item for $3 or less. Children 12 and under get in for free! (With paying adult. Complimentary beverage not included with free admission.)

    Food Photography Tips from National Geographic

    Friday, September 7th, 2012