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Mobile Campaign for Restaurant Marketing

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Did you ever wonder why the not-so-good restaurant across the street has more customers than your very-classy-yet-affordable restaurant? The other restaurant probably has an effective restaurant marketing strategy.

Conventional advertising methods may be expensive but there are better and more effective alternatives to these advertising techniques. If you want people to know more about your restaurant and take advantage of your great meal promos and deals, then why not use a mobile campaign for restaurant marketing?

Restaurant marketing needs not be very expensive. With a mobile campaign, you can create great advertisements and be able to reach a whole lot of people compared to traditional methods of
marketing. A mobile campaign allows you to reach out to your customers at a more individualized level.

With this kind of advertising strategy, your customers have control over the kind of advertisements they receive from your business. If a customer only wants to receive information on your lunch specials, she’d have a greater possibility of responding to your lunch special ads than as compared to you sending out generic advertisements.

With mobile marketing, you can send out specific advertisements at specific times of the day. This means, you can send lunch meal promos and dinner rates during hours that your customers might be figuring out what to have for that meal, making it convenient for your busy customers to decide to eat at your restaurant because they receive not only a deal but also a reminder that you’re out there!

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Mobile Campaign for Restaurant Marketing

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Written by Casey McConnell

October 11, 2010 at 12:51 pm

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