Placebag Launches Subscription Service For Restaurants

June 20, 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

(New York, NY)—Placebag, a premier provider of custom food ordering platforms, has announced the launch of their subscription service for restaurants. Based on the package that a restaurant owner chooses, Placebag will create and maintain a fully-customized food ordering system that can be integrated with social media and smartphone apps. All setup and maintenance of the system will be done for a one-time setup fee and a low flat monthly rate.

Mark Engel, a spokesperson for Placebag, stated “While concept originality and food quality are important, the customer service experience is truly what makes or breaks a restaurant. We know this because Placebag was built specifically for restaurant owners by people who have been in the industry. We understand that their customers want the convenience of being able to order online or from their mobile phones, and we have made it our mission to give restaurant owners an avenue to provide that service. Instead of trying to set aside huge amounts of capital to get the job done, our subscription service is making things much easier and more affordable.”

At restaurant owners can choose from one of three subscription packages starting at just $29 per month. The Start-Up package offers a full setup of features such as online menus, real-time reports, social sharing, and unlimited customer ordering. Enterprise-level packages are available with additional features like intelligent upselling, Facebook ordering, rewards systems, and off-hours support. A full list of features is available at Mobile apps can be added for a low monthly fee as well. Subscription pricing is per location and in addition to an initial $100 setup fee. Business owners can rest assured that there are no order transmission or per-transaction fees added to their monthly rate.

As Engel goes on to say, “Our subscription services are designed to place the keys to success in every restaurant owner’s hands. We invite them to contact us today to see what we can do to help them provide the top-notch web and mobile ordering experience their customers truly deserve.”

Visit to learn more about Placebag and their custom food ordering subscription packages.

About Placebag:

Placebag is a subscription service for restaurants to get access to custom food ordering systems. Placebag offers mobile ordering apps, website ordering, and ordering directly from Facebook. This allows restaurant owners to spread their menus or products everywhere, increase revenue with online and mobile ordering, and have fully functional ordering websites and apps all branded to their business. Add an online ordering widget to a current website or use as a standalone website.

Source: http://www.wtoc.com/story/32255167/news

Why The Automotive Sector Can Still Benefit From Outdoor Advertising

August 30, 2015

From the very beginning, the motor car and outdoor advertising have been very closely connected. Indeed the development of modern Out Of Home advertising mirrors that of the automobile itself.

As the automobile became the predominant form of road transport, OOH advertising steadily evolved to meet the needs of a growing and increasingly sophisticated motoring audience. The construction of hundreds of miles of A-roads and later motorways provided unprecedented opportunities for automobile advertisers to reach out to thousands of drivers and passengers all over the country through large-scale billboard advertising.

Building brands

Car manufacturers were quick to recognise the importance of OOH advertising which was uniquely situated to reach out to their target audience. Early on in the 20th century, billboard advertising began to be extensively used for the purpose of brand building by automobile advertisers.

Despite the development of radio, television and more recently even internet advertising, OOH advertising remains as popular as ever with car manufacturers looking to build a brand or increase awareness. The abundance of billboards and poster advertising still to be found along most of Britain’s major roads proves that this simple but effective form of automotive advertising has endured the test of time.

Modern automotive advertising

Just like the automobile industry which has been evolving since the introduction of Ford’s Model-T, OOH advertising has experienced constant innovation with changes in the materials being used, as well as technology developments such as digital screens. Automotive advertising has been quick to embrace these developments.
Nissan chose digital OOH advertising to generate awareness of the distinctive new limited edition Nissan Juke Kuro, a departure from other models in its class. The Urban Adventurers theme was selected to convey a constant brand message to the target market of brave, dynamic and adventurous men. It emphasised the ‘cross over’ nature of the vehicle – both a smart business and a sporty leisure car.

Nissan ran a 14 day campaign on blowUP Media’s high quality Super Motion digital screen in a busy central city area of Birmingham. The interest generated by this campaign contributed to what turned out to be Nissan’s most successful launch ever.

A growing number of automotive brands are starting to integrate OOH advertising into their wider press, TV and social media campaigns to reinforce the marketing message and increase campaign awareness to unprecedented levels. VW ran a three-stage campaign in 33 countries to introduce the VW Golf VII, combining poster advertising with online promotion and TV adverts. Great focus was put on online aspects and interactivity from the start of the campaign. A website was used to instigate lively discussions about the Golf Vll on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+