Orlando Internet Marketing Agency authenticWEB Launches New Site for Local Restaurant Group 310 Restaurants
Orlando internet marketing company authenticWEB recently launched a new site for local restaurant group 310 Restaurants. The team at authenticWEB developed a site that is easy to navigate and make reservations while staying true to their established brand.
Orlando, FL, February 10, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Orlando internet marketing company authenticWEB recently launched a new site for local restaurant group 310 Restaurants. The team at authenticWEB developed a site that is easy to navigate and make reservations while staying true to their established brand.
The homepage on the new site makes it easy for users to call or make a reservation at any of the locations. The other sections on the homepage serve to showcase their loyalty program, upcoming events and menus. The entire site was made to be responsive for proper viewing on all platforms.
One of the main goals of this site was to increase reservations. to accomplish this the developers included a call to action on each page directly below the header. This ensures that a user can easily navigate to the reservation page no matter where they are on the site.
The new site can be found at http://310parksouth.net/.
About 310 Restaurant Group: The 310 Restaurant Group was established in 1999 with the opening of their downtown Winter Park, Florida location. Known for their award-winning “New American” cuisine and professional service, 310 has been a landmark in the Orlando area for over a decade. Their second location, 310 Lakeside, opened in downtown Orlando in 2008. The 310 Restaurant Group also owns Blu on the Avenue, a sister restaurant to their 310 locations. Their newest location, 310 Nona, opened in southeast Orlando in 2015.
About authenticWEB: authenticWEB was started by Ian Garlic and Jessica Curry — fueled by the idea that businesses could evolve and grow through the web. They realized that every small business has a unique story, and unique value to its clients. They also saw that most marketing professionals often treat businesses like products. In doing so, these marketing professionals lose opportunities, and find themselves unable to convey the business's message.