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Mobile is a huge and sometimes difficult market to reach, and in 2013 we can expect to see this market grow even larger. As a restaurant, it can be hard to find the right ways to get your name out and be relevant in the mobile market. We thought it might be helpful to provide some great ways that your restaurant can develop a mobile presence that won’t break the bank.

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Immediacy – Mobile campaigns are easy to create and execute; messages are delivered to recipients within seconds. Affordability – No need to pay for postage, printing or air time, just a nominal per text message fee; prices are very modest and they decrease as volume increases.  Distribution – Reach out to people all over the world. Delivery is almost always guaranteed, unlike email, direct mail, and other forms of advertising. Response Rate/Effectiveness – The average response rate is approximately 15%, versus 2 – 3% for other advertising mediums such as direct mail. Personal /Targeted – Content is targeted to individuals who have opted to receive them; the medium provides the ability to customize the brand message to a diversified audience. Mobility/Reachability – Messages reach recipients wherever they are. No need to be by a TV, radio, computer, or mailbox; phones are within our reach 80% of every day. Interactivity – Provides the ability to reach customers ‘on-the-go’ and create highly effective two-way communication. Marketing Campaign Integration – Provides the ability to integrate new, innovative forms of advertising/promotion with existing strategies to enhance their interactivity and impact. Quantifiable – Campaign results can be tracked thru downloads, page visits, customer opt-ins, and a variety of other methods as well dependent upon the mobile marketing method being utilized. WOW Factor – The mobile marketing medium is still so new the largest percentage of potential customers have not yet seen it firsthand, this allows your firm to establish itself as a leader in your industry and insures your messages will achieve higher impact with their target audiences. Viral Potential – The ease with which mobile marketing messages can be shared increases the potential for your message to be shared with new audiences/potential customers at no cost to...

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When it comes to mobile engagement, the hungry are leading the way. That according to new data out from SinglePlatform at Constant Contact. Researchers found that restaurants lead the way for mobile searches; in fact, 81% of mobile consumers have conducted a search for a restaurant via their mobile device. More than 90% have searched for a restaurant via web browser (prior 6 months), according to the study. Perhaps even more important, three-quarters of these searchers say they make dining decisions based on search results. “The results of this survey clearly indicate the need for restaurants to ensure that their menu information is up to date across all online platforms,” said Wiley Cerilli, vice president and general manager, SinglePlatform. “Consumers are searching for new restaurants more than they are any other industry. When you take into consideration that 80 percent of consumers think it’s important to see a menu before they dine at a restaurant, restaurants stand to tremendously benefit in managing their menus wherever consumers see them.” Other interesting findings include: • iPhone users are most likely to conduct a restaurant search via smartphone • 84% say they’ll look at multiple restaurant results before making a decision • 80% say it’s ‘important to see’ menus before dining • 70% say it’s important for restaurant menus to be mobile friendly “Eighty-four percent of smartphone owners look at more than one online menu when they are making a dining decision. Moreover, 62 percent are less likely to choose a restaurant if they can’t read the menu on their mobile device,” said Kristen Garvey, vice president of marketing, Chadwick Martin Bailey. “The math is simple – it’s no longer okay to ignore your online and mobile presence. If a restaurant’s online menu is updated and available on mobile, it has a distinct step-up over competition in terms of conversion.” Still not sure that mobile marketing will bring clients to your Restaurant? Not sure where to start with your mobile website? Call us at 514 578 8873 for a free consultation or get your free report about about mobile marketing Chadwick Martin Bailey and Constant Contact collaborated on the report. Article by by Kristina...

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