Webinar Replay: Quick And Easy Ways To Acquire New Customers For Your Virtual Brand

Jan 27, 2021 3:47:12 PM


So you’ve launched a dark / ghost / host kitchen or virtual brand with the intention of taking advantage of the incredible surge in online ordering.

Hungry consumers are online, especially on third-party delivery apps, searching for a restaurant that serves what they crave to be their next meal..and you want to get in on the action.

Now what?

Generating awareness is easier than you think.

Watch this webinar and let, David "Rev" Ciancio, Head of Revenue and Marketing at Branded Strategic Hospitality teach you how restaurant operators can get more online orders without waiting for third-party delivery apps to drip feed you new customers.

Let "Rev" walk you through how Targetable makes advertising online easier! 

Who is Rev?
»  Restaurant Marketing Consultant
»  He helps restaurants & brands with their marketing
»  Supports hundreds of restaurants to help them attract and retain customers.
»  ~100k+ followers on his restaurant marketing oriented Instagram, follow him today for great tips and #restaurantmarketing content!
Facebook and Instagram ads can take a lot of time or money to do right. You'll either spend hours each week perfecting your ads or you will pay a third party thousands of dollars per month to do so. 

Our webinar is are hosted by David "Rev" Ciancio the Head of Revenue Marketing at Branded Strategic

Targetable is a can't miss solution for your busy week. 

Targetable automates all of this for you for $149 per store per month. You'll execute effective Facebook & Instagram advertising in just 10-20 minutes per week. As shown in the image below, Targetable will provided a fully drafted campaign that includes:

  • The Ad Preview: The image and copy that is specific to your restaurant

  • The Ad Strategy: A suggestion of who to target, how much to spend, and how much to budget



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