It’s that season when many retailers are revisiting and reprioritizing goals for the new year, making it essential for retail RDs to do the same to ensure their programs and services align with the overall direction of the company. A key consideration in writing or refreshing your 2021 goals is to ensure they are results oriented.
If you’re someone who truly enjoys writing and communicating to the public, starting a nutrition blog can certainly be worth the invested time and energy needed. A blog is a great way to share recipes, shopping/meal planning tips and nutrition information. It could be an extension of your job, or something you start on your own. Either way, a blog is a great way to expand your reach, be creative and share your knowledge about food and nutrition. Here are some tips for getting started and ensuring success:
I am a Registered Dietitian for Stop & Shop Nutrition Partners. We provide free health and wellness services to our customers and the communities we serve. I was the first dietitian brought on board last spring to support our Program Lead in building out the core curriculum, including educational resources, nutrition classes, and more.
In August and September of 2020, the Retail Dietitians Business Alliance conducted a survey of retail dietitians to capture insights on retail dietitians’ roles, job satisfaction, shopper engagement and how your roles have shifted this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. In total, 119 retail RDs completed the survey. Today, we're sharing the survey results.
Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of improving the quality and quantity of website traffic to your online content. The goal is to have a search engine show your website or web page as a top result for searches of a certain keyword. SEO targets unpaid traffic rather than direct traffic or paid traffic. Here are 5 things you should know to drive more organic traffic to your content and improve your search rankings:
While you may have missed the RDBA Virtual Experience, no worries, as we’re bringing the content to you. Three sessions during the virtual conference shared insights on consumer changes during COVID-19 as well as consumer behavior as related to food trends. Each recorded presentation is just 30 minutes, perfect to catch during your lunch hour, during a quick workout on your treadmill or as you wind down in the evening.
I’m not going to lie, when I was asked to write this article, I honestly committed without being sure I would have the time to put words on paper. I wondered with the busyness of being a leader, wife, newly found home schoolteacher and working mom of two crazy boys, how would I make the time?