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New tool for digital loyalty marketing
BakeMag.com, March 18, 2013
by Staff

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While celebrity chefs may be afforded the ability to hire marketing and PR agencies, the daily life of the independent business owner paints a drastically different picture. Often working an average of 60-80 hours a week, small business owners originally opened a bakery cafe or restaurant to serve delicious food but often end up having to focus on everything else besides their primary passion.

Some complain about losing money with daily deal sites with the hopes of bringing in more customers, and small business owners have been asking for a more effective and profitable way to do business.

Eateria claims to offer a more effective and affordable alternative to others. Eateria is a digital loyalty marketing tool that allows business owners to build customer loyalty all from one online tool. Specifically created to meet the needs of the foodservice and hospitality industry, eateria is a one-stop shop combining the effective methods of email, social media and mobile marketing.

“Eateria is a must have for anyone in the foodservice industry that wants to build and maintain meaningful relationships with their customers,” said Ola Ayeni, founder and chief idea officer of Dining Dialog and eateria. “We are making it easy for them to target, connect with, and most importantly create loyal customers who will keep coming back.”

Eateria has a coupon validation system to allow business owners to track and validate coupons, preventing costly reprints. For a free account, visit www.myeateria.com to sign up.

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