In this blog post, I’m going to illustrate how an average restaurant’s website traffic is distributed across a typical week.
In this blog post, we’re going to discuss Meta Descriptions – what they are, how they’re used, and why you should care.
We repeat this message very often, but we’re seeing a continual trend of more and more website users consuming content on mobile devices like smartphones and iPads instead of desktop or laptop computers.
You may not be familiar with the concept of Rich Snippets, but you’ll definitely be familiar with Google. So what are Rich Snippets, and how are the two connected?
Over the last few months, we’ve been busy redesigning and rebuilding our tools for creating and managing websites for Restaurants, Bars and Cafes.
To conclude our series of blog posts about common restaurant website mistakes, we cover the importance of ensuring your website is fully accessible to mobile device users.
I am a bit of a foodie and love nothing more than finding a “hidden gem” of an eatery. In my book that equates to good food, good value, good atmosphere and (preferably) an independent.
The penultimate post on common restaurant website mistakes – this time it’s the lack of contact information.
Continuing our series of common restaurant website mistakes, we discuss background music and why it should not be used.
In this second part of a series of blog posts about common restaurant website mistakes, we’ll look at the use of Flash for user interfaces.
In this first part of a series of blog posts about common restaurant website mistakes, we’ll look at the single most common mistake - only making menus available as downloadable PDFs.
"Responsive design" and "mobile friendly" are popular phrases in the web design industry these days. But what does it mean? And as a hospitality business owner, why shold you care?