Restaurant Marketing Blog
Earlier this year, Google added insight reports, tailored actionable buttons (think take-out ordering or hotel reservation booking) and bulk upload spreadsheet functions to its Google My Business features. Though all are especially helpful to restaurants, the latter is a great tool for businesses with more than one location (and, thus, more than one listing on Google) as it enables page owners...Read More
Online reviews and forums have made it much easier for people to communicate their experiences with products or places, which, for businesses, can be a blessing and a curse. Although reviews are a reliable mode of expanding brand awareness, one bad streak in online reviews could scare potential customers away. Management must act quickly and respond thoughtfully to customers in order to...Read More
Facebook video ads allow you to reach more people who matter to your business. With over 50% growth in viewing, video ads on Facebook are a great way to drive awareness, capture lead generation and close online sales for your company. According to an IDC “Always Connected” report, people return to Facebook’s news feed on average 14 times a day. By advertising on Facebook with video, you can...Read More
Building an online presence is crucial to the success of any contemporary business. From a website to social media, the modern business must create a solid web presence to keep up with today’s most common method of new business acquisition: the Internet.
Search engines are certainly the most popular method for potential new customers to find local businesses, and Google is chief among...Read More
Wine N’ Dine is a new i0s exclusive in the App store. Though it was released a few months ago, major improvements were made to the app as of October 5th, 2016. This app uses your location to show you images of dishes from restaurants near you. It is not your regular photo app, this app is for photos of your meals only.
The user has the option to upload a photo by taking a picture on...Read More
Let’s face it, summer usually gets the ball rolling for consumers to eat a little healthier; well to try at least. Just because summer is over doesn’t mean consumers want to dive right into heavy eating, especially with holidays approaching, and we all know how food is an important part of the holiday season.