The Next Generation of Restaurant Guest Pagers In the world of restaurant marketing ideas THAT ARE WORKING for other restaurant owners, very few have as immediate an impact as the new restaurant text pager systems. Innovators such as Text2Seat and Mobile Matradee are revolutionizing the restaurant pager industry according Mobile Trendz These restaurant text pagers not only lowers operating costs and are much more sanitary than traditional restaurant pager systems, some have the capability to drive traffic through mobile marketing applications, which are the next generation of direct marketing. A Great Restaurant Marketing Idea Short Message Service (SMS) marketing instantly gives you the ability to text message people as to the availability of your tables, enable your to turn your tables quicker without a costly restaurant beeper pager system. Once the guest agrees to join your mobile marketing campaign the restaurant now has the most direct access to their guests […]
There is a absolutely cool new call ahead seating system for restaurants that has fully embraced social mobile marketing as it enables the booking of tables in a way never seen before. Yes that right, no more costly restaurant beeper systems or a grease pen and paper. Mobile Matradee’s Wait List Matradee enables patrons to receive an instant SMS text message or voice message notifying them when there table opens. Rather than the clunky restaurant beepers that seemed to constantly walk out the door every week (despite your best efforts), with Mobile Matradee, those people waiting for your best tables to avail themselves will receive a text or voice message right to their mobile phone. No need to worry about your restaurant wait list as Mobile Matradee integrates with your call ahead seating system perfectly. A restaurant fortunate enough to have a wait list needs to maximize the opportunity to […]
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