• 6 Tools Restaurants Can Use to Accept Mobile Orders

    …. The ordering system costs $129 per month with no hardware or software add-ons or additional credit card processing fees. 5. Olo: Digital ordering for multi-location restaurants Olo is designed for restaurants with 10 or more locations. These businesses have two options when they sign up for Olo: They can direct customers to Olo’s own web…

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  • 6 Strategies for Improving Email Pitches to SMBs

    … to pay for and make it clear why and how you are able to provide this for free, so they know there is no ‘catch.’ At SiteJabber, we did this with our free reputation management tools, which usually cost SMBs thousands of dollars.” (Jeremy Gin, SiteJabber) 3. Use the names of existing clients. “When you get great partners on board (we work…

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  • 6 Strategies for Increasing Conversions in Mobile Food Searches

    … options will convert into immediate free online reservations or into online sales if we’re talking about food pre-orders. Restaurants should set up their businesses to as many services as possible to showcase their ordering options. Every pre-ordering, table booking or delivery site will improve their search performance.” (Stas Matviyenko, Allset) Interviews have been edited for length and clarity. Stephanie Miles is a senior editor at Street Fight. …

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  • 6 Mobile Pre-Ordering Tools for Restaurants

    … immediately when customers arrive. 1. Allset: Cut down on wait times during breakfast and lunch. Allset’s goal is to decrease the time people spend waiting around at restaurants. The mobile app offers tools for reserving tables and pre-ordering food. Consumers can select a restaurant, then scroll through a picture menu on the mobile app and decide what…

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  • Case Study: Using Pre-Order Apps to Streamline Lunch Operations

    …, and Yammer, Alta CA has a unique clientele. The bustling neighborhood restaurant, opened in December 2013, has customers who are willing to try out the latest apps and services, and as a result, it’s become a sort-of testing ground for hyperlocal marketing solutions. “I get approached by app developers all the time, probably an average of one a week…

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