Did you know that 86% of people look at restaurant menus before going out to eat? That’s huge! And, it makes it pretty obvious that having a website for your restaurant isn’t an option – it’s a must. It’s your responsibility to make sure that all of the information your prospective customers are looking for about your restaurant is right there on the web where and when they need it.
You can of course, hire someone to create your website for you, but if a professional designer and web developer aren’t in your budget, you’re in luck. These days it’s easier than ever to tackle this task on your own.
In this guide, we walk you through the process so that you can DIY your own restaurant website.
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Andrea is a Content Marketing Specialist and Editor at TouchBistro where she writes about restaurant and dining trends, restaurant management, and food culture. A self-affirmed food geek, Andrea devours cookbooks and food blogs. She also knows how to make a killer kale salad.More Content by Andrea Victory