3 steps to better Restaurant Search Results


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Restaurant searches have become all the rage for those seeking the best place to eat out. Just this year, search engines have seen a 78% increase in the amount of queries for restaurants nearby. There are a few steps to complete this easy process and overtake the competition with successful online restaurant marketing strategies.

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3 steps to better Restaurant Search Results

  1. 1. 2014 3 steps to better restaurant search results SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is the process of Improving the visibility of a website or a web page in search engines "Natural", or un-paid ("Organic" or " Algorithmic) search results.
  2. 2. Why restaurant needs SEO? 78% 82% incensement in amount of queries for restaurants nearby in search engines local costumers use search engines to find local business 80% 56% searchers research online before visiting restaurant of clicks get website that is #1 on Google results 2
  3. 3. Step 1: Keywords • Make a research how your customers search for your offerings online SEO Tactics • Customers may search for a particular dish, takeout or delivery services, coupons and discount, etc. • Sign up for Google Adwords Keyword Planner to find out the best keywords for your restaurant 3
  4. 4. Keywords website optimization Use new-found keywords in your content and include them in headings and titles, Search engines give them special attention Use simple phrases reflecting what your potential customers are typing into the search engine E.g. best pizza in Auckland, family restaurant in Auckland 4
  5. 5. Step 2: Back Linking 76% 60% 58% 62% The Most effective way to draw new customers in to your website Review website Restaurant online database Local Food blog Social Media Google’s algorithm places a heavy weighting on the number of websites that are referencing (or linking back to) your website. These are backlinks or inbound links. Google’s logic is pretty simple: if other sites are referencing your site, then it must be a relevant and trusted site with relevant content. 5
  6. 6. Some of the best sources for back-linking Yelp, TripAdvisor Yellow Pages, Google maps Review Website Online Database Social Media Local Food Blog Facebook, Foursquare Request un article about your restaurant 6
  7. 7. Step 3: Make your restaurant website more sharable Twitter Social Media Add Twitter feed to your side-bar Add Social Media buttons to your website front page Link building Blog Add blog on your website to keep your customers interested in the latest news and events The more pages that showcase your restaurant, the more likely you will reach the top 7
  8. 8. Find our more about Restaurant marketing www.gastromedia.co.nz Find out more about GastroMedia packages: john@gastromedia.co.nz