Shorter days and longer nights between fall and the holidays seem like an eternity. Usually, during fall and winter, people do not have much energy and motivation, and lot of these gloomy days they spend at home. This can sometimes negatively affect restaurant sales.
Bring out your potential guests with these marketing ideas for winter:
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Colors. If you want to provide a ” glacial ambience ” in your object then use these two colors in the restaurant or bar decorations. White color mimic snow. Combined with the ice blue color make that your object looks frozen. It is also good choice of colors for restaurant winter special menu design.
Website. Do not forget that about 80 % of people between 25 and 45 years check the restaurant website before visit. Use your web page wisely .From online reservations and orders to promotion of the current offer and new menus.
Restaurant Menu Board. Put your restaurant board outside, in the front of your restaurant. It should be attractive and readable, written with nice and good handwriting font. Regarding the fact that in this period may snow, make sure that the advertising panel at front door has not covered with it .
Social Media. Take advantage of social media networks and restaurant promotions through this media. Also you can use restaurant portals like UrbanSpoon or OpenTable for your restaurant promotion.
Start planning ahead with these restaurant marketing ideas by assessing which of your campaigns went well and which didn’t, and focusing on planning your content for the year to come.