5 apps to help your restaurant make more money

Apps where people can find your restaurant on their act as automated marketing tools for you. Whether you're a customer looking for something new or a tourist looking for a highly rated place, you can win over anyone — after all, it's the customers themselves who will be leaving reviews and letting visitors know it's worth a try.


But apps are not just a front — some apps facilitate the process of delivery or the administration of digital menus.


1. TripAdvisor


One of the most comprehensive restaurant apps in the area, TripAdvisor is optimized to suggest the best places for tourists, but just create an account to see reviews and suggestions for various places in your city.


In addition to restaurants, the app also suggests hotels, flights, car rentals and general entertainment.


The system has great filters that suggest locations based on a variety of criteria — for example, you can see the best restaurants sorted by rating, average price, type of food, etc.


It is practically mandatory to register your restaurant on TripAdvisor, as the app is widely used and always increases your chances of being found. The more users leave a positive review, the greater your chances of being seen.


2. Yelp


Very similar to TripAdvisor's system, but Yelp's focus is on showing user reviews for different types of services besides restaurants and hotels.


In addition to restaurants of all kinds, Yelp also includes services such as mechanics, locksmiths, beauty salons, gyms, and more. In all cases, users are encouraged to leave reviews of their experience with the establishment.


3. Uber Eats


The system allows you to register your entire menu in the application so that users can easily order from the comfort of their homes — the difference is that Uber Eats connects delivery people already registered in the system to deliver for you.


The company offers no additional cost insurance for orders and you can track the order by GPS from your app.


4. Kekanto


Kekanto works in the same way as TripAdvisor and Yelp — a place where users themselves leave reviews to rank the best restaurants in town. In this case, in addition to restaurants, Kekanto also accepts hotels, bars, shops in general, tourist attractions, and much more.


As in the case of the aforementioned applications, it is worth registering your establishment even if it is just to increase visibility — even though TripAdvisor is the most used, it costs nothing (literally) to have your restaurant visible to Kekanto users as well.


5. Ondway Delivery


Offering quality food in your restaurant delivery is only possible with the use of inputs of good origin. Invest in having a good list of suppliers, carefully selecting who will be responsible for supplying your business.


Care must be taken with suppliers on all fronts of the restaurant, from systems, delivery packages, to food. The lowest price is not always the best option. To ensure the best cost-benefit ratios, do a lot of research and testing before deciding on larger purchases.


Speaking of good suppliers, how about getting to know Ondway? We have an agile and robust logistics system that helps you follow the entire process, with peace of mind and at rates well below the market! Delivery can be hard. We make it easier. Register today! Don't be shy to try new apps for your business, technology is here to help. In applications that serve to suggest your establishment, registration is easy and almost always worth it. After all, you are only increasing your visibility.


For apps with paid benefits, such as Uber Eats, it is worth doing a logistics analysis beforehand to see if it is worth investing.


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