Virtual reality is shaking up the food industry. It takes more than an eye-catching shop front and an excellent restaurant design to attract customers nowadays. Your digital marketing strategy is your most powerful tool.
Google Indoor Street View has broken new ground in restaurant marketing. This innovative technology allows potential customers to tour restaurants online and see what it’s like to dine there. Research shows that restaurant listings with photos and a virtual tour are twice as likely to attract customers. Google Indoor Street View will drive more customers to your restaurant.
Location, location, location - that’s one of the most important things that business owners consider when starting their business. After they open their restaurant, we recommend one more thing - virtual tour, virtual tour, virtual tour.
If you are a restaurant owner, don’t just think of foot traffic. Web traffic is also important. People don’t want to waste time and energy in their busy lives, so they are constantly looking for ways to do tasks efficiently. A man looking for a romantic restaurant for his date will surf the web and read customer reviews of restaurants near him. A savvy secretary will browse the Internet for fine dining restaurants and book a table online.
Google Indoor Street View is sweeping through businesses across the world. These indoor virtual tours are a hit and ideally suited to the foodservice industry - absolute gold for cafes and restaurants.
Google Indoor Street View shows people what it’s like to be in your restaurant before they arrive. They will enjoy a visually-rich 360° view of your establishment, and they can even walk around it. If your restaurant looks good and serves even better food, your business will greatly benefit from a virtual tour. With just a click of the “See Inside” button, people will see how welcoming your restaurant is - and they will visit you.
Attract more customers and increase your profits by getting Google Indoor Street View for your restaurant.
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