The app provides restaurants with unlimited online marketing for less than the cost of a meal, reports www.buuurp.com.
Epsom, UK – January 31, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —
Matthew Berwick and Chris Ball are thrilled to announce the launch of their brand new mobile app: Buuurp! On a mission to help restaurant owners improve their marketing outcomes, the app provides them with unlimited online marketing for less than the cost of one meal per month. Buuurp! is currently available through both the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
“Marketing research shows that people tend to trust the recommendations of their friends more than anything else they see or read online. For this reason, it’s vital that restaurant owners seek out restaurant marketing techniques that involve social media platforms where people can see what restaurants their friends have been to and make plans to visit. Fortunately, our new Buuurp! mobile app accomplishes this very thing. With just a few clicks, restaurants can share special offers with app users that then get shared on their social media profiles, initiating a chain reaction that can lead to exponential growth, customer retention, and ultimately greater profits,” said Chris Ball, one-half of Buuurp!’s founding team.
The vision behind Buuurp! has always been to create a place that drives communication between restaurants and their customers, a place where restaurants can invite customers to enjoy great offers and encourage them to share and recommend those offers to their friends. The app does just that, offering an interface that is both colorfully vibrant and easy to use.
To start, business owners can simply create a free listing and begin posting their latest deals. Once registered, they can then choose from three different restaurant marketing plans that will allow them to employ effective social media marketing strategies to increase brand awareness and grow their customer base. Buuurp! users will search for deals, activate them for use at the restaurant, and share and recommend them to friends via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Buuurp! founding partner Matthew Berwick further commented, “Simply put, Buuurp! is a win-win situation for everyone involved. App users get to take advantage of deals that they wouldn’t otherwise have access to, and restaurants improve their reach, increase brand awareness, and expand their bottom lines, all for less than the cost of one meal. For business owners looking for the ultimate Restaurant Social Media Marketing tool, it just doesn’t get any better than this.”
Buuurp! was founded by Matthew Berwick and Chris Ball to help users enjoy great food for less at the world’s greatest restaurants around the corner and across the world. The app helps restaurants improve their business by allowing them to reach more people who love eating out. With the ability to promote as many deals as they like with no restrictions, Buuurp! Gives restaurant owners the benefit of unlimited online marketing for less than the cost of a meal.
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