Half of our customers have some sort of website.
The other half have either no website or an outdated website requiring substantial improvement.
More than 50% of Papa John’s Pizza domestic sales are digital.
83 percent of smartphone owners now use their devices to make dining decisions while traveling.
35 percent of smartphone owners use mobile devices to locate a store.
64 percent of smartphone owners use them to locate and learn about products.
In short, all retailers and restaurants need a website. Any retailer or restaurant with a website probably needs a better website. All websites needs to be mobile friendly.
For those readers who don’t have a website, or those who would like to do some experimentation, or those who would like to improve on their present website, take a look at this article in the Wall Street Journal:
The article compared four sites that will help you build your own website. If you don’t feel like reading, go directly to:
According to the article, this is an easy to use website building site and it’s F*R*E*E. It will also “mobilize” your website and let you sell up to 5 products through your website by using an integrated shopping cart.
If you are not heavily into your website, try allowing one of your employees to work on adding, improving or experimenting with your website.
Or…work with a professional. I can’t give you any numbers, but having a professional develop your website is going to cost you $1,000, or $5,000, or $25,000, or more depending on your needs.
To get a better estimate go to: