September 18, 2018
How hoteliers navigate evolving distribution channels
A panel at the Hotel Data Conference discussed the various distribution channels available to hoteliers and the benefits and challenges they offer.Read more
There has been a recent scramble from restaurants wanting to remove 3rd party menus sites from their Google business listings.
The reason for this uptake in restaurants asking how to remove these menu ordering sites is because Google started testing Post like Ads from the 3rd Party Menu Ordering sites into the restaurants local knowledge panel.
But don’t these restaurant use these menu ordering sites? – Yes and No
The aggregator places.singleplatform.com scrapes restaurants details and menu and creates a listing on their site. Singleplatform then aggregates these out to all the other 3rd party menu sites, so if a restaurant does not claim their listing their menus and prices can be years out of date.
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