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We are in the middle of the on-demand revolution, where developed countries like America are experiencing a massive boom in online ordering and delivery. On-demand meals are pretty lucrative as they not only tend to excite our taste buds but also take off the burden of cooking at home.
What makes a great dining experience? What makes people visit a restaurant over and over again? What is that one element that they like about the place? Is it food? The way they are greeted at all checkpoints? Or the personal attention that they get from waiters and the manager?
March signals the onset of a beautiful spring. As the season changes, people are keen to shake off the dreary winter mood and be out and about. This provides a great opportunity for restaurants to whip up some fun marketing campaigns to draw customers to their doors.
If a user searches, “sushi near me” in the Los Angeles area, a list of nearby locations will appear at the top of Google Results Page. Can you see your restaurant's name on the list? If no, then clearly you haven't optimized your website for "near me" searches.