Tina R Wells
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Connect Social Media Accounts to Your Restaurant’s Mobile Website

It is well known in the restaurant industry that one of the most striking differences between independent and chain restaurants is the sense of urgency placed on analyzing financial information. Chain restaurants tend to have faster reporting at the end of financial periods, along with more frequent reporting and analysis. Additionally, they tend to monitor (and take action on) a greater number of key performance indicators. Those factors give chain restaurants an edge at squeezing more profit…See More
Aug 2, 2012
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Connect Social Media Accounts to Your Restaurant’s Mobile Website

It is well known in the restaurant industry that one of the most striking differences between independent and chain restaurants is the sense of urgency placed on analyzing financial information. Chain restaurants tend to have faster reporting at the end of financial periods, along with more frequent reporting and analysis. Additionally, they tend to monitor (and take action on) a greater number of key performance indicators. Those factors give chain restaurants an edge at squeezing more profit…See More
Aug 2, 2012
Tina R Wells commented on Tina R Wells's blog post Three Ways to Handle the Growth in Mobile Searches for Restaurants
"Courtney, I like how simple you kept your site.  We find that people really only want the basics that you mentioned on a mobile but some operators aren't convinced of that!  Good luck with your implementation of online ordering. That…"
Jun 20, 2012
Courtney Boone commented on Tina R Wells's blog post Three Ways to Handle the Growth in Mobile Searches for Restaurants
"When our restaurant chain was searching for a mobile solution, we ended up using ZipScene. They have a restaurant-friendly platform already built and your information just needs to be plugged in. This was the most practical and affordable solution…"
Jun 20, 2012
Tina R Wells's blog post was featured

Three Ways to Handle the Growth in Mobile Searches for Restaurants

In a recent article on SearchEngineLand.com Bryson Meunier offers his opinion on why restaurants, in particular, need a separate mobile website to handle mobile search traffic.  He explains that if you examine search terms carefully, most people are looking for different things from a mobile device than from their desktop computer.  Desktop users might be looking to print…See More
Jun 19, 2012
Jon Rock liked Tina R Wells's blog post Three Ways to Handle the Growth in Mobile Searches for Restaurants
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Tina R Wells posted a blog post

Three Ways to Handle the Growth in Mobile Searches for Restaurants

In a recent article on SearchEngineLand.com Bryson Meunier offers his opinion on why restaurants, in particular, need a separate mobile website to handle mobile search traffic.  He explains that if you examine search terms carefully, most people are looking for different things from a mobile device than from their desktop computer.  Desktop users might be looking to print…See More
Jun 18, 2012
Tina R Wells commented on David Bloom's blog post Better Restaurant Websites: 3 Dos, 3 Don’ts
"Excellent simple do's and dont's that every restaurant should follow!  We do free mobile sites for restaurants and one key thing we always try to tell our customers is that a good restaurant website is an exercise in…"
May 16, 2012
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State
North Carolina
Title
Product and Operations Manager
Company
Restaurant Sciences-ThriveSpot
Website
http://www.ThriveSpot.com
Twitter Handle
@ThriveSpot
What best describes my company
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Interests
Networking
Years in the Industry
22

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Connect Social Media Accounts to Your Restaurant’s Mobile Website

Posted on August 2, 2012 at 8:26am 0 Comments

It is well known in the restaurant industry that one of the most striking differences between independent and chain restaurants is the sense of urgency placed on analyzing financial information. Chain restaurants tend to have faster reporting at the end of financial periods, along with more frequent reporting and analysis. Additionally, they tend to monitor (and take action on) a greater number of key performance indicators. Those factors give chain restaurants an edge at squeezing…

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Three Ways to Handle the Growth in Mobile Searches for Restaurants

Posted on June 18, 2012 at 12:10pm 2 Comments

In a recent article on SearchEngineLand.com Bryson Meunier offers his opinion on why restaurants, in particular, need a separate mobile website to handle mobile search traffic.  He explains that if you examine search terms carefully, most people are looking for different things from a mobile device than from their desktop computer.  Desktop users might be looking to…

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