Barrie Le Gall, Digital Marketing Consultant
Great results don’t just happen, they happen because you make them happen!
A good digital marketing strategy is essential for businesses in the
restaurant industry these days. When customers are looking for places to eat, more often than not their search will begin online.
And that’s something that you have to be ready to exploit if your
restaurant is going to be the one they choose.
So, what are the key things that should be done to ensure your restaurant’s digital marketing strategy is up to scratch and fit for the future? We’re going to talk about the key techniques and tactics that can and should be employed. Read on to find out more about them.
As your social media expert, the other part of my job is to ensure that social media activity generates sales/leads. You know, the ones where people want to buy stuff from your business!
Make your content easily accessible to search engines. I'm ready to implement solutions to boost your rankings and improve your performance from organic search results.
I manage your Facebook and/or Instagram PPC budget on a daily basis and react to the data with a focus on ROI. There's no point having a campaign that doesn't work!
I work solely with each client and don’t outsource work to third parties. You’ll receive a dedicated and devoted service to help you deliver solutions for your company.
I will create and curate content for posting to Instagram, making sure that you stay in front of your fans and followers and grow your awareness.
Your content marketing strategy will tell your audience how awesome you are, and tell them how they can be part of that awesomeness. its that simple.
First of all, you’ll want to make sure that your restaurant’s website is able to offer everything that potential diners are going to be looking for.
The chances are, someone visiting your website for the first time will be doing so in order to make a judgment and to decide whether or not they want to eat at your establishment.
That’s why it’s so important that you provide them with the details and information that they need in order to make that decision. If things are left ambiguous, they might simply decide to play it safe and dine somewhere else. So tell them about what to expect and give details of your menu for them to browse.