New York, NY (PRWEB) January 01, 2014
The Huffington Post published “Trend Report: A Day in the Life of a Person Who Eats Food in 2014” on December 30, 2013, an article that offers predictions about what to expect from the discerning restaurant customer in 2014. In agreement with the first point of the article, 5StarControl.com announces that Yelp will continue be the prefered website for information about local restaurants and therefore the most important aspect of local internet marketing.
At the top of the Huffingtons Post list is a prediction that yelp will continue to be the most prominent website for those looking for local restaurant reviews. Though the website has received some negative reactions this year, Yelp is still the overwhelming choice for restaurant customers.
In fact, Yelp is still the favorite so much so that the fourth quarter of 2013 marked the highest amount of traffic Yelp experienced to date. Yelp is also the 32nd most visited website in the nation, which clearly shows that customers have a strong preference for reading customer reviews on Yelp.
While the article continues to list a few more expected trends for restaurant customers, 5StarControl.com emphasizes the importance Yelp will have for the local business in 2014. With more users coming to the Yelp website than ever before, local restaurants must focus marketing efforts on Yelp review management.
The Huffington Post reports that Yelp shows no signs of slowing down is still the leading choice for customers looking to choose a restaurant. Because of Yelps prominent role in local consumer decisions, 5StarConrol.com advises businesses to direct marketing efforts toward generating positive Yelp reviews. Interested business owners can visit this page on 5StarControl.com for more information on how they may be able to increase revenue via Yelp reviews.
5StarControl.com provides a newsletter that offers advice about how small businesses can experience a strong return on investment through the local marketing strategy of managing Yelp reviews.