With life slowing down for so many of us during the shutdown, it is a good opportunity to reflect on where we are and how we can improve on ourselves, both personally and professionally. In order to put together a solid marketing plan after COVID-19, we are encouraging our clients to take a close look at the wealth of historical data they have at their fingertips in order to become better acquainted with who their best guests are, what message might resonate with those guests and when to best deliver that message. This data can be gathered from your website analytics, paid search campaigns, PMS or through a data-appending platform such as TargetingHub.
For restaurants, it is important to stay connected with customers both now and as you begin to reopen and adjust to the 'new normal' after this COVID-19 pandemic. Your customers are as eager to get back in your restaurants as you are to start serving them again.
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Determine what you want to say, where youre going to say it, and how youre going to connect that message to the community around you.
Company averages about $125,000 a day in grocery sales from five units, helping it to rehire staff and keep up health coverage.
Survey Shows Brands Consumers Find Best In Loyalty and Outlines Loyalty Reward Expectations and Preferences
Operators need new revenue sources to offset sales declines from all off-premises mode.
Location-based marketing is no novelty, but it is growing and evolving. Asif Khan, founder and director of the Location Based Marketing Association, says 88% of retail and restaurant companies worldwide used local marketing in 2019, up 8% from 2018.
Tim Hortons U.S. removes Roll Up The Rim paper cups for the health and benefit of guests and restaurant team members in light of current public health environment – Tim Hortons U.S. is redistributing over 1 million prizes to the digital promotion
Each year, nearly 33 million people raise a glass in celebration of St. Patricks Day. This year the holiday honoring Irelands famous patron saint falls on a Tuesday. Yes, March 17 is in the middle of the week, which is great news for restaurateurs and bar operators.