Advice For A New Restaurant Manager

Introduction to Restaurant SEO

Just as we can’t jump to the main course without opening our taste buds on some starters, we can’t understand how SEO will benefit a restaurant without first defining what it is.  SEO, short for Search Engine Optimization, is a strategy for increasing the page rank of a website on the search results page (SERP) of a search engine, usually based on a few targeted search terms. A higher rank results in more visibility and traffic, and therefore, more customers and money. In the case of a restaurant, it would mean a fuller dining room and the ka-ching of the cash register going off throughout operating hours.

Resell SEO services for restaurants works on the same lines as regular SEO does; it’s just flavored according to the taste of the restaurant industry.  Take a look at our restaurant case study about how users look for restaurants on Google to get a taste.

Online ranking for restaurants is a dish that takes a while to prepare. It demands the right blend of excellent content, a dash of social media presence, and a healthy and nutritious backlink consommé. We will cover these areas in depth later.

To juice it all in a definition, ClickMatix – SEM is revamping the search engine optimization techniques for the restaurant business. Although there are many different aspects at play that might give it a slightly different taste than a regular SEO, we did say revamp, didn’t we?

“How far can my business actually go with the help of restaurant SEO?“

Well, we could be smart and answer that in a single line: it goes as far as you do, See? That explains absolutely nothing. Okay, jokes aside, how far SEO can take you depends on the quality of the elements that go into it. The type of content you pick, the way you engage with social media, or how you treat your website, shapes the overall SEO pattern.

 
 

For restaurant SEO, apart from social media and exemplary content, those sweet and sour online reviews also play their part. We will dig more about later. Right now, let’s stick to the current topic at hand or plate, whichever sounds better.

The aim of this section was to familiarize you with the tone of SEO. In brief, this whole optimization procedure relies on your efforts. The more creative you are with your approach, the better returns you can expect.

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About David Hayden

David Hayden is a restaurant marketing and training consultant based in Kansas City, MO. He writes a series of 9 blogs collectively known as The Hospitality Formula Network and is the author of "Tips2: Tips For Improving Your Tips" and "Building Your Brand With Facebook"