You may have noticed that when you search for a restaurant on Google, a ‘Reserve a Table’ button appears in the Google My Business listings. However, this doesn’t necessarily apply to all restaurants.
Similarly, when you use the Google Maps app to discover a restaurant, the “Reserve a Table” button appears on some restaurant listings, and not others.
These ‘Reserve a Table’ buttons occupy prime real estate on the app and web user interfaces, providing a clear call to action for diners to secure their seat. Reserve by Google fits in seamlessly in a diner’s discovery journey, providing them with the convenience of restaurant reservations with instant confirmation. Changing the way diners search and book for restaurants, this function reduces the number of clicks that a diner makes to complete a reservation at your restaurant.
How can my restaurant take reservations directly from a Google search result?
Reserve by Google is powered by partners such as Chope, that have access to your restaurant’s inventory of tables and seats. Each time a diner clicks on the ‘Reserve a Table’ button on a Google search result, the Google and Chope integrated systems advise the diner on the best available options for their selected date, time and party size.
Do you also want to integrate reservations into your restaurant’s Google search result and drive traffic to your restaurant? Click on ‘Request a Demo’ now so that our representatives can get in touch.