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Advertise Your New Jersey Restaurant In NJ Places To Eat Dining Guide

NJ Places To Eat is New Jersey’s best restaurant dining guide. It allows you to advertise your restaurant with basic or featured listing options. It’s a way to get more exposure and more patrons into the doors of your restaurant.

 
 
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PRLog - Jun. 24, 2014 - HOBOKEN, N.J. -- With well over 20,000 restaurants in New Jersey, it’s the perfect state to dine out.  The metropolitan area is home to more than 25 million residents and for many in the area New Jersey is their preferred location to grab a bite to eat.  Therefore, as a restaurant owner, it’s imperative that you are listed in NJ Places To Eat.

NJ Places To Eat (http://njplacestoeat.com) is New Jersey’s best restaurant dining guide.  It helps patrons find restaurants throughout the entire state and help restaurant owners get more exposure.

The thing that makes NJ Places To Eat unique is that it caters 100% to New Jersey and its metro.  Unlike other online dining guides, which have a broad spectrum and have listings from every state or country, NJ Places To Eat has a targeted focus on New Jersey, which allows it to precisely drive the right exposure.

NJ Places To Eat encourage patrons to explore, by teaming up with select New Jersey restaurants to offer website visitors vouchers and offers.  NJ Places To Eat also use search engine optimization, email marketing, brand advertising, and traditional marketing to get local visitors to its website.

They encourage patrons to leave honest reviews of restaurants they’ve explored or frequented.  This helps restaurant owners find out what they are doing wrong, as well as, what they are doing right.  It also helps other patrons find new eating establishments, which they’d probably would have never found or otherwise overlooked.

The founder and owner of NJ Places To Eat, Anthony Onaf, is a New Jersey resident from Hillside, NJ.  He is a web entrepreneur with years of online marketing experience.

When asked, why NJ Places To Eat, Anthony answered, “Why not?  New Jersey is full of spirit and life.  There are many, including myself, who love the Jersey culture and love trying new eating experiences.  Dining out is like an unwritten ritual in New Jersey.  Most Jerseyans have their favorite restaurants they frequent.  NJ Places To Eat just help these same frequenters find other places in New Jersey to eat, while at the same time helping business owners get more patrons into their restaurants.  It’s a win-win situation.”

Advertising with NJ Places To Eat is easy and simple.  You simply place an ad, select basic or featured option, add your restaurant details and make a payment.  That’s it!

The basic listings are $99 per year (less than $10 per month) and the featured listings are $199 per year (less than $20 per month).  The featured listings offer a bit more, such as Google Maps implementation, additional category selection, file, video, logo and images upload, etc.  The featured listings also are displayed above the basic listings and are highlighted.

All listings, basic and featured, are SEO optimized to drive search engine traffic to your restaurant listing.  All listings also have social bookmarking buttons, so your restaurant listing can easily be shared on social networks.

If you are a New Jersey restaurant owner, then it makes perfect sense that you purchase a listing in NJ Places To Eat.  It’s the perfect advertising solution for your business.  To get listed today, visit, http://njplacestoeat.com/advertise/


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