Scan Logos to Watch Logos Come Alive!

I know it.  You probably knew it too.  But it’s reassuring to know how important integrating new technology into your business is, for attracting the next generation of consumers.

Check out this report on Millenials and their habits.  

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AllAccess.US is doing its part to help the US Postal Service! We just launched our first AllAccess.US Postcard Direct Mail Campaign.  Thousands of residents and businesses in Henrietta are starting to receive the first Partner Postcard with dozens of AllAccess.US customer logos on the front.  Users are encouraged to post the postcard on their fridge and scan logos daily for deals, menus and more!

Scan Logos to watch Logos Come Alive!

Scan Logos to watch Logos Come Alive!

 

Additionally, our partner ISAAC Heating and Air Conditioning just sent out their mailing which prominently features AllAccess.US and recommends that their users download the AllAccess.US app to scan the ISAAC logo for deals, service appointments and more!

Isaac Heating & Cooling

 

 

 

^AA Feeling GREAT about All Access’ GREAT Awards Nomination http://ow.ly/nTsOw

When we came up with the tagline ‘Cater to your Customers’ we just thought it made good business sense.  Now, it looks like it’s street sense…

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/16/chef-killed-over-meal_n_3286363.html

Yelp? Help!

Looks like Yelp needs to do some quality control of their own.

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/restaurant-owner-two-star-yelp-133000202.html

At least Angie’s List is a curated site, with dues-paying members and no ads. But Yelp takes ads, and that can lead to questionable motives. Restaurants claiming to be ‘shaken down’ to buy ads or else!

The lesson is clear… eater beware!

 

 

Never leave your couch?

I’m not sure how I feel about this.

You can now order pizza from Pizza Hut directly from your Xbox. On the one hand, the Xbox, with Kinect, makes it fun to exercise, but this is off the deep end (deep dish?)

http://www.brandchannel.com/home/post/2013/04/23/Pizza-Hut-Xbox-Live-App-042313.aspx

Here are some interesting tidbits re menus, apps, and searches.  

1) 81% have searched for a restaurant on a mobile app in the last 6 months 

2) 92% have searched for a restaurant on a web browser in the last 6 months 

3) 75% often choose a restaurant to dine at based on search results

4) iPhone owners are more likely to search for a restaurant than other smart phone owners

5) 80% think it’s important to see a menu before they dine at a restaurant 

6) 84% are likely to look at more than one restaurant before choosing where to dine

7) 70% think it is important to be able to read the menu of a restaurant on a mobile device

8) 62% are less likely to choose a restaurant if they can’t read the menu on a mobile device

These numbers come from SimplePlatform.com (subsidiary of ConstantContact) and a research firm they hired, so keep that in mind. http://blog.singleplatform.com/blog