Publishing The Menu FAQ section:
- Publish the menu in a Sales Optimized Website (SOW)
- Setting the Sales Optimized Website (SOW)
- SEO in the Sales Optimized Website
- How to customize the Sales Optimized Website (SOW)
- Publish the menu in a legacy (own) website
- How to customize the “See Menu & Order” button for a legacy website
- Optimize the legacy website for search engines
- Publish the menu in a Facebook page
- Getting listed in the shared mobile app Foodbooking
- Publish the menu in a dedicated branded app
- I cannot see /find a restaurant in Foodbooking app
Publish the menu in a legacy (own) website
Integrate our online ordering system into a website and watch the business grow.
Once the menu is completed in the restaurant’s administration panel, it can be published in the restaurant’s website.
Here is an example to how the menu button looks like when it is published in a legacy website:
Our design starts from the idea that there is nothing more important than sales generation. Once the client click on the order button then it is clear they want to order from you. The marketing job has ended and the sales job starts. There is no need to show other visual elements that distract the client from the food and food pictures, therefore we do a grey overlay over the site, to create a ‘tunnel vision” and stimulate client’s focus on the ordering, not on some side-banners or website extra content.
Also, the button code allows us to make the visitor have the “same site” experience. It is a known fact that once the website visitor is directed to a different link, there may be a 10-30% conversion drop, especially in the case of PCs visitors.
The button code solves many display and alignment issues in an automatic way, so just copy-paste the code without additional hassle. The button code automatically detects mobile browsing and serve a mobile version of the ordering widget.
Unlike other solutions our ordering widget is not mobile responsive. We basically have two different versions: one optimized for PC browsers and user experience, that works best with pad clicks and scrolls, the other optimized for mobile browsing that is meant for taps and swipe operations.
How to publish the menu
To start publishing the menu in a website, access the “Publishing” >> “Legacy website” section in the admin panel and enable this option, then tap on the “Next” button.
Insert the website domain:
Many restaurants work with a website developer or agency – they can send the request and the HTML code directly from our system, or choose to perform the task themselves.
Choosing the “I’ll do this myself” option opens a separate page where the HTML code specific to the restaurant account is displayed, together with some other instructions on how to use the code.
To come back later on and see the code or add it to another website or page, see again the “Publishing” >> “Legacy website” section in the admin panel and go to the “HTML code” link: