Every restaurant is constantly looking for new ways to increase profits and expand their customer base. You do it with marketing outreach, creating a presence on third-party platforms, community outreach, and of course improving your dining experience. One of the most effective ways to expand is to add an easy online menu/ordering system and delivery options for your customers.
Once you have your online ordering system is in place, the challenge can be to get regular customers to order online. Ordering online is convenient in a world where everyone is busy. It allows customers to enjoy your food in the luxury of their own homes. They pay as they order and only need worry about opening the door to take delivery of their delicious meal.
Online ordering is more popular than ever with millions of people ordering online when hungry. More and more people turn to food outlets with online facilities.
Are you offering online options to local consumers? If not, you can be missing out on growing your business. Ordering online is convenient and satisfies consumers’ appetite for instant gratification. So, if your food outlet is not maximising its exposure on cyberspace, it is time you did.
These days it is more important than ever to market your restaurant online. With smartphones and social media, people turn to these for food purchases. You need to take advantage of these opportunities so people can find you. Whether it is to book a table in your restaurant or to order takeaway, online marketing is important.
Thai food is all about creating an experience for the customer, evoking those wonderful scents and visuals of the different flavours the cuisine offers. Admittedly, this is easier done in a restaurant than an online setting, but it is definitely not impossible. The market for Thai food is ever-growing, as is the online delivery market, so why not combine the two?
Takeaway is one of the best benefits you can offer your customers. People love ordering their food from the convenience of their home and having it delivered to the door. If you don't currently offer takeaway service, we encourage you to read this article on our blog. We point out the exploding market for takeaway and why you need to offer the service.