World Service - Case Study - Digital Marketing for Restaurant 📈

Growing the award-winning World Service restaurant with digital marketing.

As a constant feature in The Good Food and Michelin guide, as well as boasting two Rosettes, Nottingham’s World Service is one of the city’s flagship restaurants.  Managing Director Dan Lindsay enlisted our help to promote and maintain the restaurant’s exemplary reputation and high levels of footfall allowing him to focus more time on the running of the venue.

Through highly targeted Facebook advertising, we were able to create an accessible and interactive profile for World Service, promoting the restaurant’s offers and events through engaging content.  This has resulted in a loyal, ever-growing following of customers and a constant stream of footfall.  We also manage the World Service Twitter page, utilising skills in graphic design to post engaging daily content.

Business profile

Award-winning fine dining restaurant and lounge bar.

Services provided

  • Facebook advertising.
  • Facebook management.
  • Twitter management.
  • Graphic design.
  • Photography.

Results in the first 12 months

5,500+
NEW PAGE LIKES
2 MILLION+
TARGETED INDIVIDUALS REACHED THROUGH FACEBOOK
17,000+
HIGHLY ENGAGED USERS
dan
I’ve been running restaurants for the last nine years and I definitely think that Go dine digital has been the best piece of marketing I’ve done since we’ve opened.

Dan Lindsay.

Managing Director, World Service

Thoughts on this project.

Meet our team
Amy Stamper

Amy Stamper.

Senior DIGITAL MARKETING EXECUTIVE

World Service is one of the best-known names in the Nottingham restaurant scene – and we have seen huge success in converting brand awareness into increased bookings. New customers have discovered the World Service experience online and wanted to become a part of it! Our campaigns also bring in regular diners more frequently, giving them a peek behind the scenes at what new creations the kitchen is producing.

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