Restaurant Landing Page Offers

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Hi

Looking for some ideas on what offers to try on some landing pages for a restaurant that I'm working with.

The plan is to use targeted Facebook traffic and direct it to a landing page with an offer. Would like to split test a few different offers like a free dessert, a table booking form and something else. Ultimately looking to build up the restaurants email list

Any other ideas for offers? or examples of good landing pages

Cheers
Perry
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  • Profile picture of the author savidge4
    Originally Posted by moneyglue View Post

    Hi

    Looking for some ideas on what offers to try on some landing pages for a restaurant that I'm working with.

    The plan is to use targeted Facebook traffic and direct it to a landing page with an offer. Would like to split test a few different offers like a free dessert, a table booking form and something else. Ultimately looking to build up the restaurants email list

    Any other ideas for offers? or examples of good landing pages

    Cheers
    Perry
    Count on facebook for 50+ demographic. Find out from the Restaurant owner when are thier slow periods - and offer free dessert or what ever from 4 to 6 monday Thursday and Sunday or what ever times they NEED to fill. Giving them more business on say a Friday helps but not as helpfull as in time periods the only sound that can be heard is crickets.

    and may I ask why an email list? its going on 2019? Social favoriting and maybe a text number - but Facebook geography pushes are kinda nice. Something like this: https://www.facebook.com/business/a/location-targeting now that I look at the article not sure its available in AU, but worth checking out.
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    • Profile picture of the author moneyglue
      Thanks for your thoughts. I'm looking at both building the social numbers + the email list. I still think there's a place for both. Will be tracking the ROI to determine which works best for them, The demographic funnily enough is over 50 for them....
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    Aside from "online ordering" and the usual offers a "gift card" is great for quick sales, the online form for each card can catch one or two email addresses e.g. the buyer and the recipient if applicable. A "loyalty program" is especially good for repeat business and referrals and more importantly some statistics show customers of loyalty programs spend 30% to 40% more.


    A good example: Costa
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    Jeffery 100%


    P.S. Add possum to the menu and tell them Big Frank sent you
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