Multiple studies have shown that consumers will grab their mobile phone to research different restaurants in their immediate area before choosing an establishment for their next meal. Given the popularity of smartphone research, restaurants can certainly benefit from improving their mobile marketing strategies.
Restaurants want to engage their clientele and while most realize social media platforms are excellent communication channels, not all restaurateurs are sure how to go about it. Adding social media to your marketing strategies can greatly increase awareness about your restaurant, help bring more patrons through your doors, and create engagement with your food.
A website is the core of any organization’s online presence. It gives customers a taste (pun intended) of the business through a combination of attractive design and useful information. For restaurants, their website is a reflection of the quality of the food they serve and the service they provide. Your site is a powerful marketing tool and often a prospective customer’s first impression of your brand.
There are a lot of moving pieces that go into running a successful restaurant. Health codes, liquor licenses, making sure to purchase the right amount of food and beverage so that you are not consistently running short or throwing away unused food, staffing, accounting, etc. You have a lot on your plate, pun intended.