Effective communication with the customer is essential, and your front of house employees are essentially your restaurant’s public relations team.Read More
By Tim Hilton, Foodable Industry Expert
Advanced Digital Marketing Series: Part Three: Are You Retargeting? How Mastering It Amps Up Your Restaurant Marketing
- Part One: What Is Conversion Optimization? 5 Tips to Take Your Restaurant’s Website to the Next Level
- Part Two: The ABCs of Restaurant Marketing With Paid Search
Digital marketing can be frustrating. You’ve invested time, money, and effort into setting up a website, mastering social media, search engine optimization, and maybe even ventured into paid search and conversion optimization. Even with all of this you might still find your customers are leaving your website before they make a booking or hire inquiry, sign up to your membership program, or take any other desired action. But all is not lost just yet.
Ever been searching for something online and, as if reading your mind, ads start appearing on websites you visit showing exactly what you’re looking for? This is what’s called retargeting (or remarketing, depending on who you ask), and is one of the most powerful secret tools of many digital marketers.Read More
Advanced Digital Marketing Series Part Two: The ABCs of Restaurant Marketing With Paid Search (Part One here: What Is Conversion Optimization? 5 Tips to Take Your Restaurant to the Next Level)
Search Engine Marketing (SEM) or Paid Search is a common form of digital advertising, however, not many restaurants take advantage of this powerful tool. Although a dedicated part of most e-commerce businesses, it’s an area of marketing often overlooked within the restaurant industry.
Paid search allows you to target potential customers searching for keywords relating to your business with the aim of increasing traffic to specific pages on your website. Paid search allows you to advertise on search engine results pages (shown as “sponsored” or “ad” links), as well as websites set up to accept ads from the advertising platform you’re using. You pay for each time a user clicks on your ad (called pay-per-click, or PPC for short).Read More