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BizReport | Mobile Marketing October 02, 2014

Mobile sites leaving customers hungry

Restaurants are falling short in their mobile experience. That's the word from a new survey out from The Search Agency. According to their findings mobile restaurant websites aren't delivering the kind of experience customers want - and in some cases... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing May 21, 2014

Research reveals rise of restaurant reservations by mobile

New research from restaurant booking service Bookatable reveals a significant rise in the number of diners that book restaurants on a mobile device.... >>

BizReport | Social Marketing April 23, 2014

Young adults more likely to Facebook their dining experience than review it

The eating-out habits of young adults in the UK has come under the microscope thanks to a report from Voxburner. It reveals that customer service is top of young diners' priorities and that their experience is likely to end up... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing April 01, 2014

Snackers present restaurants with mobile opportunity

Today's on-the-go consumer is snacking more today than they were two years ago, according to a new study from Technomic. Just as their lives have become more mobile, consumers want their snacks to be, too, representing a potential new revenue... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing November 28, 2013

Research highlights dominant role of mobile in restaurant searches

New research reveals the high conversion rate of mobile-driven restaurant searches in the UK and the crucial role mobile now plays in the path to purchase.... >>

BizReport | Research archives July 26, 2013

Study: Service as important as taste for fast food customers

Don't leave off the customer service on that next order of hamburgers and French fries, finds a new study out from Empathica. According to the report, for quick serve restaurants, customer service is as important as food taste for return... >>