People are now asking online, “Where should I eat today?”
Yes, they search for restaurants online using their desktop PCs, laptops, tablets and smart phones on search engines, local directories, and social networks.
Do you come up in these searches? Are you active on social media?
When consumers were asked what businesses they’re looking for when conducting specific business searches, sixty-seven percent (67%) responded with restaurants.
Restaurants continue to dominate the local search landscape with thirty percent (30%) searching via mobile phones, twenty-eight percent (28%) via tablets, and twenty-four percent (24%) via PCs.
Seventy-eight percent (78%) of your potential customers read online customer reviews for restaurants.
Do you have positive ratings on local review sites?
Ninety-three percent (93%) of your potential customers use their mobile devices to find a restaurant.
Ninety-five percent (95%) of them also use local review sites regularly to find restaurant phone numbers.
While ninety percent (90%) of them also use their mobile devices to check out the menu.
More importantly, mobile users who search for restaurants have an eighty percent (80%) purchase rate.
And not only that, the initial research-to-purchase cycle is fast with sixty-four percent (64%) of consumers looking to complete their purchase within an hour.
And here is something to chew on; hungry consumers are turning to their smartphones and tablets to place orders online for pick-up or delivery, with more than two-thirds (2/3) or sixty-nine percent (69%) saying they have ordered online via their mobile devices.
Can your restaurant be found in local listings? Is your website mobile-friendly?
We can help market your restaurant online today with digital marketing so that customers will find you whenever they ask, “Where should I eat today?”
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Seventy-six percent of adults are seeking lawyers online.
A study identified a four-stage search process for people looking for a lawyer. They gather information about their legal issue; find a lawyer; validate a lawyer; and select a lawyer. They use various online resources in all of these stages.
How will they find you in all of these stages?
They use search engines.
Your website must be very visible on search engines for technical keywords, as well as keywords that are in the everyday language of potential clients that pertain to various legal issues you handle.
Can they easily find your website online? Do you provide legal information to demonstrate your competency? And therefore, addressing the first two stages of their search process.
They go to online legal advice forums.
You must be present in these forums as they gather preliminary information. Are you there to provide initial advice?
They look in local online directories.
You must be present in local online directories with your clear contact information and areas of specialization. You must have positive reviews to validate your expertise.
They use social media.
You must have a good presence on LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter as they will look at your posts, your network, and other people’s comments or testimonials about you.
They read legal blogs.
Your website must have a blog for updates and stories about how you’ve helped people with their legal cases.
They visit law firm websites.
Your website must stand out with the information they need, and it must have clear calls to action to guide them to the next step. They will try to validate you here, and if satisfied, will select you.
We can help you increase your online presence and exhibit your competence and trustworthiness as a lawyer to more of your potential clients.
Digital marketing is in our jurisdiction, and we know all the twists and turns, all the possible angles of attack to help you grow your law practice and make your firm successful online.
Your online presence will be judged, so fill out the form or contact us now for a consultation!