An increasingly popular alternative to in-house delivery is to utilize a third-party delivery service. These platforms can give thousands of new customers access to a restaurant’s products, increase brand visibility in their area and allow them to ring up sales for off-premise dining. For restaurants struggling after the COVID-19 dining room shutdowns, third-party delivery partnerships could be the difference between staying open and being forced to shut down.
These days, guests have more opportunity to linger over a menu for minutes or even hours while they plan and anticipate on their own time. With no line behind them, the pressure for your guests to make speedy orders is gone, and they’ll be more inclined to get that extra menu item.
The retail landscape has been in a continuous state of flux for well over 20 years. From the threat of large chain stores to recent advances in mobile technology and the rise of eCommerce sites, retailers have had to adapt in response to a variety of trends and innovations in order to attract consumer attention. One of the most common ways small businesses are navigating these changes is by transitioning to selling online.
The “new normal” calls for marketers to learn and build new marketing skill sets focused on listening to, communicating with, and providing service to customers.
With the right marketing strategies, you have the potential to increase your conversion rates, have a more engaged audience, and generate better leads, among other benefits. There are tools that, if added to your arsenal, can help you maximize your content marketing efforts.
Not everyone is a marketing specialist, but there are plenty of things that any brand can put into practice to ensure that they give themselves every chance of success.
Sometimes it seems that as well as running a successful small business, entrepreneurs are also now expected to be digital marketing experts, savvy in the means and methods of attracting and engaging an audience through social media. Let’s look at five of the biggest social media marketing blunders, and how to circumvent them.
Modern marketers are living in an ever more complex environment, with more channels, more content, more touchpoints, and more tools than ever before.
If you were running any other business, you could chuck up a few ads and customers would magically appear at your door.
It’s different for restaurants. Diners like to think they have the inside scoop, and that the quality of the restaurant should be its own advertising. We both know that’s not true. So how do you advertise without being seen to? Here’s how to boost your awareness and your diner numbers.
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