People are now asking online, “Where should I eat today?”
Yes, they search for restaurants online using their desktop PCs, laptops, tablets and smart phones on search engines, local directories, and social networks.
Restaurants Dominate the Local Search and Mobile Landscape
The way consumers are looking for and locating restaurants has changed dramatically over the years. What once was an arena dominated by Yellow Pages and brochures, is now won over by smartphones, tablets and desktop computers.
Today, consumers are searching for local businesses using different online platforms such as social media sites, search engines and local listings. And you’d be surprised what type of business they are looking for the most when they are online.
Seventy-six percent of adults are seeking lawyers online.
A study identified a four-stage search process for people looking for a lawyer. They gather information about their legal issue; find a lawyer; validate a lawyer; and select a lawyer. They use various online resources in all of these stages.