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5 Tasty Restaurant Marketing Tips to Keep New Customers Coming

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Originally posted on https://www.nbc-2.com/story/40934449/5-tasty-restaurant-marketing-tips-to-keep-new-customers-coming

Owning a successful restaurant isn’t always a piece of cake. There is always a possibility for you to gain more exposure and make your restaurant even more popular.

Restaurants thrive on customers but how do you get more people to come to your restaurant?

Keep reading for five helpful restaurant marketing tips to bring in new customers that you must know.

1. Use Social Media To Your Advantage

Social media can be the best place for you to get the most restaurant marketing for little to no cost to you at all. In this day and age, people love posting photos of their meals especially if they’re aesthetically pleasing.

Make sure your food is presented in an appealing way. People will take photos of it and then other people will see those photos. This is free advertisement for you.

You can also create your own restaurant social media page for more advertisement. People can see your photos and will want to go to your restaurant. It is also easier for people to share your restaurant on their own social media pages.

2. Loyalty Programs

People love getting things for free. When creating a loyalty program you can give your customers free items as long as they continue coming back to your restaurant. They will continue to spend money and all you need to do is give them an incentive to spend money.

A lot of big restaurants have been creating apps for their loyalty programs but a great alternative is a punch card. For every seven visits, a customer makes you can give them a free item. This will help you make more money as well as make your customers happy.

3. Cater for Group Events

Another great way to get your restaurant recognized is to cater to group events or parties. Catering is a good way for people to try your food and get to know your name.

If you are looking for a cater you may also want to choose a smaller business with good food to help them out. You also can get more exposure to other people who are looking for caterers.

4. Reach Out to Local Food Blogs

Reaching out to local food blogs can give your restaurant more exposure and make people want to try it. A food blog is usually something people will trust when looking for new places to try.

You can give food bloggers incentives to write about your restaurant such as giving them free food. Having someone reputable recommend your restaurant will look great in a customer’s eyes.

5. Get Good Reviews

Getting good reviews on websites such as yelp can be one of the best ways for your restaurant to get exposure. You want to make good food and have your employees treat your customers in the best way possible. Only give customers a chance to leave a good review by giving everyone a positive experience.

A simple google search can pull up tons of reviews for a specific restaurant so make sure you are giving customers the best experience possible. Also, you can engage with your customers who leave reviews by replying to their review. This will make you seem more approachable and customers will feel comfortable going to your establishment.

Restaurant Marketing Can Be Easy

There are many ways to get your restaurant more exposure that are easy and free. Restaurant marketing is simple to do as long as you have a plan and take the time to execute it.

Make sure to read more articles on marketing tips on our blog.

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