St. Louis, MO (Vocus) October 15, 2009 -–
Restaurants can often be the first businesses to suffer in a downturn economy and be hurt the hardest. But restaurant web site marketing can make the difference. When consumers conserve their incomes, dining out expenditures can be reduced in any number of manners; reducing frequency is obvious but there is also a cascading effect of diners patronizing restaurants with lower prices than they might otherwise. But one thing that most restaurant customers do is use the Internet to research restaurants they consider patronizing; this applies to both restaurants they have not visited and those they have not dined at recently. A restaurant web site can be the first impression that turns into a lifetime relationship with a customer. It can also dissuade previous customers from returning to a restaurant they haven’t visited in few months.
The most effective restaurant web sites are those that accurately represent the restaurant itself and what patrons appreciate most about it, answering all of a potential patron’s questions: what is the cuisine, ambience, pricing and the actual menu(s). Other things such as awards/reviews/testimonials, FAQ’s, maps, photos and coupons can truly set the restaurant web site apart from other restaurants, thus setting the restaurant apart from other restaurants. The Restaurant Web Site Wizard restaurant web site tools provide all of this and more in an extremely easy-to-use online interface.
Unlike restaurant web site templates, the Restaurant Web Site Wizard allows the restaurant owner to completely customize the site to the individual restaurant rather than forcing the restaurant’s online image to fit within dozens of pre-selected templates. There are over one million different appearance options from easy-to-use drop down boxes within the Restaurant Web Site Wizard; and that’s before uploading any of a restaurant’s own images. For more information or a free demo visit http://www.restaurantwebsitewizard.com.