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  1. How to build a restaurant (or café) website

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  2. Define the goal(s) of your restaurant website

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  3. Know whom you want to feed/serve

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  4. Decide on the basic design elements of your restaurant website

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  5. Make the homepage and the menu bar simple

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  6. Write About page copy

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  7. Don’t spend too much time customizing the Contact page

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  8. Add content to the Menu page

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  9. Make sure that the Booking/Reservations page is up and running

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  10. Use the power of the Gallery page

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  11. Add a News section

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  12. Promote your restaurant (website)

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  13. It’s your time to shine – go and build your restaurant website

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At the end of this guide, we want to remind you that, although you have built your restaurant website, there is always room for improvement. Even after your website launch.

Once you launch the website, we would encourage you to test every site element and aspect, one by one, so you can get the best possible results. It’s called A/B testing. Basically, you want to try out two options for aspects of your website, such as images, headlines, menu items, etc. to see which option site visitors like more. By doing so, you’ll improve visitors’ response, and ultimately, conversions. We suggest you take two weeks to test each change so you can gather enough data to evaluate and implement any potential changes.

Remember, your site is an ongoing project that should continuously be updated.

And remember, Themes Kingdom team believes in you. You got this.

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