HOUSTON, Nov. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- IndoorMedia, the industry leader in in-store advertising solutions, today announced it is publishing a checklist of advertising options new restaurants should pursue to create buzz and attract customers before opening night. The guide, Advertising a New Restaurant: A Comprehensive Checklist, is available for free download at https://www.indoormedia.com/advertising-a-new-restaurant-checklist.
Opening a new restaurant often requires weeks, even months of hard work. But it won't stand a chance of being successful unless it attracts customers from day one. Therefore, owners and managers must also actively pursue advertising and marketing strategies to effectively inform local consumers that an exciting new restaurant is opening to serve the community. IndoorMedia's checklist details eight advertising steps that new restaurants should follow before opening their doors. Topics explored include:
- Digital channels
- Strategic partnerships
- Mobile and email marketing
- Coupons and discounts
"The amount of preparation to open a restaurant is immense, but failing to properly advertise your new business can put you at a disadvantage from the start," says IndoorMedia senior executive Eric Shafer. "You must be able to generate a buzz before the restaurant opens, then attract customers after launch whom you hope will return and spread the word about how great your restaurant is. Our guide walks you through all the options available for advertising your new restaurant so that you can get a steady stream of customers from the moment you open your doors."
To learn more about this resource or IndoorMedia's impactful in-store advertising solutions, visit www.indoormedia.com.
IndoorMedia is the largest in-grocery store advertising company in the U.S. and Canada. We work with small businesses and franchises to help them increase sales and customers through register tape advertising, grocery cart advertising, and custom coupon print solutions. IndoorMedia delivers connections between our customers and theirs with simple-to-implement and proven advertising strategies. For more information, visit www.indoormedia.com.