Restaurant Digital Marketing
It’s 2019 – everything has gone digital and marketing for restaurants is no exception. In a report by Google, 70% of UK customers were found to do online research before deciding where to spend their money. If your restaurant isn’t online, then it’s not being found.
We’re a restaurant marketing company – specialists in the industry with a deep understanding of how F&B businesses work and what makes their customers tick. Our team tackle websites, email and social media for restaurants, plus plenty of other digital channels each designed to get diners through your door.
Get in front of local people with ads and audiences optimised for your restaurant. Get lunch busier or sell out your tasting event – everything goes.
Simple, beautifully put together emails are a powerful way to make the most of all the data you’ve been collecting – convert past trade into your latest covers.
A social media platform with food at its heart – restaurants are well positioned to engage with Instagram’s community of local foodies hungry for the next best dish.
Integrate your brand with customers’ using carefully crafted daily content designed for engagement, brand affinity and plenty of bookings.
The independent tapas bar that took a “doomed” Nottingham site and turned it into the city’s busiest restaurant. Social media played a key part in Bar Iberico’s launch marketing strategy, allowing us to build a 5,000-strong community of tapas lovers before they’d even opened the doors.
Thanks to the help of a strategic digital marketing plan, the restaurant has seen an influx in new customers that has helped to eradicate quiet midweek evenings. Offer claims have recently helped to promote the restaurant’s deals during quieter months, leading to record-breaking levels of bookings.
I chose to go and find some help from Go dine digital because although I enjoyed making content, videos, pictures for Facebook, there’s a bit more of a science behind which I didn’t understand and I didn’t have the time to do. We have seen people coming in who have had specific campaigns targeted to them but also, perhaps more importantly, it’s the awareness that people have. It keeps you in people’s minds and they’re more likely to think of you when they’re hungry.