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How Can Thymbol’s Mobile Marketing App Promote Your Restaurant

Owning a restaurant is demanding and time consuming. Quite often, marketing gets overlooked and completely neglected. Allow Thymbol to free up your time. Thymbol is a cost-effective mobile marketing platform for businesses. Thymbol’s platform will become a powerful extension to your marketing efforts. Within 20 short minutes, owners can create a Branding Page that displays your logo, offer a video introduction, give a description of your business, show hours of operations, provides social media and direct email links, give the capacity size, and display digital coupons, which are created by you in real time.

Thymbol has eliminated the need for costly app development, choosing a reputable app developer, marketing the app, and the upkeep of your platform. Thymbol has created a platform that allows owners to reach a new mobile audience and promote their business for as low as $100 a month with no contract. In fact, the Bronze Package is offered the first month free of charge.

Thymbol gives your restaurant the mobile presence vital to consumers’ demands and has them searching on Thymbol for great dining discounts.

38% of consumers report using more mobile coupons in the past year (Valassis).

Watch this short video of how Thymbol can make a difference for you.

 

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