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Promos on the Go, The Way Restaurant Marketing Works

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There are different ways to market your restaurant. When choosing a marketing strategy, keep in mind that the more people you can reach, the more effective your marketing strategy will be.

Restaurant marketing is a little bit different from advertising other products and services. With restaurant marketing, the time your advertisement reaches your target consumer population is very essential.

SMS messaging is a great restaurant marketing tool. Mobile marketing allows you to reach more consumers compared with conventional advertising. It also allows you to stay connected even with people who are always on the go. Imagine having a TV commercial for your restaurant. Did you ever think of that percentage of your consumer group that is on the road or in the office where they have no access to television?  They won’t be able to see your ad and would miss your lunch promos.

With restaurant marketing, it’s very important to send timely messages to your subscribers so they can respond to your ads as soon as they can. Sending your lunch menu or dinner promos during lunch or dinner time will make your consumers consider going to your restaurant instead of looking for other places to eat. The more you give information to your clients, the more your clients will be reminded of how good their last dining experience in your restaurant had been and they would always want to return to your establishment.

Bring your meal promos to your customers through mobile marketing. Promos on the go will help bring in more customers to your restaurant than printed coupons. By sending your restaurant’s promos through text messaging, your customers won’t have to worry about forgetting to bring coupons and missing on your great discounts and deals.

Make restaurant marketing work for you through mobile marketing.

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Written by Casey McConnell

October 19, 2010 at 12:46 pm

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