The following websites were all developed by Confluent Forms LLC. If you have a hospitality establishment that needs a website, or are looking to improve the business that your website generates for your restaurant or other retail business, please contact us!
|(visit the Crack Shack's website)|
|(visit the Painted Pin's website)|
|(visit Juniper & Ivy's website)|
|(visit ONE's website)|
|(visit TWO's website)|
|(visit Parish's website)|
|(visit Mattei's Tavern's website)|
|(visit 8UP's website)|
|(visit the Cottage Restaurants)|
|(visit The Spence's website)|
Some additional notes
Why mobile-friendly or mobile-first?
For many restaurants, 45-55% of all visitors come to the site on their mobile device or tablet. But not only do they visit the website on their device, but those who are visiting on those smaller devices are ready to walk in the door of your restaurant and/or book a reservation; they are not just casual visitors. Catering to their mobile needs yields you a higher web visitor-to-restaurant-customer conversion.
What is microformatting?
Microformats are attributes present in the markup of your pages that grant an explicit deceleration (eg "this is a Blog Post") as to the role of the content present in the document. As their use increases, those sites without the additional information accuracy gained though microformatting may find themselves falling behind in search results and click throughs. A small time investment adding microformatting to your website content may yield large returns to your site and its content strategy.
Google Local Search optimization?
Through our restaurant local search research we have found that Google's Local Search, and specifically the traffic derived from it via the use of Google+ Local Pages, can often rival the total traffic coming to your site, if not exceed it. Coupled with the most commonly requested conversions for a restaurant, focusing on Google+ Local Pages and Local Search is a good strategy.