With the pandemic and other financial crises making it difficult for many restaurants to survive, getting your existing customers back into their favorite restaurant is a challenging task nowadays. From statistics, the number of restaurants opening has dropped by 20% from year to year data since 2019 as COVID-19 swept across America, consequently shut down …

If you want to see some improvement in your business, make sure that the outcome of this marketing campaign is SMART. This means it should be specific, measurable, achievable or attainable time-wise and relevant for both parties – so think about what changes an intangible goal like “more loyalty” would actually cause on a tangible …

To increase customer satisfaction, retain your customers and generate more revenue for the restaurant business, establish a well-structured rewards system that can incentivize regular patronage. These programs are the most logical move to make because they allow you to offer perks such as free food or discounts on certain days of the week based on …

Thanks to the low price tags and small margins, you can’t just sell one drink at a time. Luckily for restaurants in need of high volumes, loyalty programs are there! To get people coming back more often or buying drinks by the case instead of single cups, restaurant owners offer customers points that they can …

1. Always Connect: Mobile apps will allow customers to connect to your business on the go, during spare moments, or simply because customers prefer to connect by phone rather than through a PC. According to research, an average person in The United States spends about 5 hours per day on their mobile phones. 92% of …

Discount without loyalty

Are you skeptical of programs that discount your product – and your brand – to bring in customers, and then charge you for it? First, let’s clarify the difference between a rewards program and a loyalty program. Confused about the terms? Aren’t they interchangeable? We don’t blame you. The term loyalty program is liberally used …

Amazon just keeps making it easier for you to buy everything on the web. If the company continues to have its way, you’ll never need to go to the store again. Today, Amazon is announcing a new feature inside its mobile shopping Appthat lets you scan items in your home using your smartphone’s camera and …