Blogging to Drive-in Customers

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A blog can be a simple way for visitors and your clientele to connect with your restaurant
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor
Restaurant India

Restaurant owners can get their business to new heights, introduce new dishes on their menus and win customers loyalty by starting a restaurant blog for their business. Whether they are a new player or have been in this business for several years, owners might find it beneficial to start a blog.
 

Blog enthusiasts or bloggers have started blogs about and on food industry or Chefs, yet most of the restaurant websites skip this step. With blogging becoming a fad and a popular choice for readers, restaurants should be asking: Why aren’t we getting involved?

One of the main reasons restaurants probably ignore the blogging phenomenon is because they don’t understand how it can help boost their business. Although consumers initially go to a restaurant’s website for the menu, a blog is a great and added feature. Blogs create an image in the consumers mind even before the food is ordered or liked.

Your restaurant can use blogging in its favour in a wider aspect.

  • You can educate your audience about the aspects of the restaurant industry or your restaurant in person, including the details about the range of food in your restaurant or the genre or category of food you specialise in.
  • You can also give a sneak peak about the future plans of the restaurant and on parallel terms promote it too!
  • You can even describe the on-going events and offers in your restaurant and can reason out why it should not be missed at any cost.
  • The most important standpoint of blogging can be “Guest blogging” (having someone outside your company submit articles to your blog) – a crowd-pleasing and a way to earn back-links. It can act to your advantage as you can connect with your customers and get their feedback about your restaurant as well. Since their blogs will be on your website, people will be excited to recommend your website and your networking will only improve.

The best part about a blog is the notion that you don’t have to add content every day. Even if you update the blog once or twice every month you can still earn the benefits from it.

  Go blogging and stay connected!

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