SMS Messaging for Restaurant Marketing

How do you market a small to medium sized restaurant? Can you afford to go all out and spend thousands of dollars for a few seconds of TV or radio airtime? How much are you willing to pay for a billboard ad? Restaurant marketing is serious business to any restaurateur. If you are a restaurant owner, you know very well what effective restaurant marketing can do. There are numerous marketing strategies you can use to market your restaurant. One of these strategies is SMS messaging.

Yes, SMS messaging can be used to market your restaurant. It is an affordable and an effective way of bringing your business to your customers. Mobile advertising has been around for a long time but it is only recently that business owners have discovered how effective mobile campaigns are. The success and effectiveness of mobile marketing lie behind one simple fact: there are more mobile phone users than there are television, radio and computer owners. People always carry their phones with them wherever they go. You can be sure that your business promotions and other messages are received and given the attention they need. Unlike a billboard ad, a text message cannot be easily ignored or forgotten. People will read your message, save them for later reference and forward them to their friends so everyone can enjoy the promos your restaurant is offering.

SMS messaging is a good restaurant marketing tool, especially for small to medium sized restaurants like yours. There’s no need to spend huge amounts of money for an effective advertising campaign. SMS messaging is the most convenient and affordable restaurant marketing strategy you can use for your restaurant. Click here to learn more about Restaurant Marketing

SMS Messaging for Restaurant Marketing


About Casey McConnell

Casey McConnell, the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, founded Qittle in September 2008. Before founding Qittle, Mr. McConnell was the Marketing Director for The Aspen Club & Spa. Raised in Greeley, Colorado, Casey attended The Colorado School of Mines on an athletic scholarship for football. After college, Casey worked for his family's construction business before beginning his first Internet endeavor--Zoe Juice. Casey moved to Aspen, Colorado where he worked in the hospitality industry before starting at The Aspen Club & Spa in 2006. He worked to develop a vitamin line for the club before he was promoted to Marketing Manager in 2007. In his work with email marketing, Casey sees the potential text messaging will bring to the global marketplace-- much like how email exploded in the early part of the century. Casey is a member of Roaring Fork Leadership as well as the Aspen Young Professionals Association. He spends his free time in the mountains hiking in the summer and hitting the slopes in the winter. In the future, Casey hopes to take Qittle global and envisions the brand Qittle to be the number one company for text messaging solutions for businesses of all kind. Qittle, whose name Casey derived from different words meaning "talk" or "chatter," became a vision of how to quantify marketing efforts while incorporating the newest promising way to relay messages- mobile text messaging.
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