Food marketing depends on visual quality. That’s why many restaurants are now switching their strategies from older outboard advertising to video marketing. Videos save customers time: a 30-second video can communicate the same amount of information as a 10- to 15-minute article.
Your restaurant is hot. Real hot. Your next step, you reason, is to create a website. But if you’re not experienced, your website could be like a bad sequel to a good movie. Inconsistent, dry, and boring, your website could turn customers away from your restaurant. Luckily, we’ve got 6 tips to help make sure your website is as hot as your food.