MGH Survey Finds Nearly Half of U.S. Diners Have Tried a New Restaurant Because of its Social Media Posts


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On the other hand, 21% claim a restaurant’s social media posts – including poor quality content and frequency – have discouraged them from trying it altogether


MGH conducted a survey to discover the relationship between social media posts and restaurant trial/customer loyalty. Have you seen a restaurant in your social feed, then found yourself trying the brand for yourself? We'll bet that nearly 50% of the people who see this post did just that. Read more about our findings here: https://mghus.com/social-media-restaurant-survey

Posted by MGH on Tuesday, April 16, 2019


BALTIMORE, April 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — MGH, a full-service restaurant marketing agency, today announced the results of a study that examined how influential a brand’s social media marketing can be when it comes to driving restaurant trial and customer loyalty.

The survey determined that nearly half (45%) of U.S. diners said they’ve tried a restaurant for the first time because of a social media post made by the establishment itself, while 21% claimed posts could be a deterrent. Further, 22% said a restaurant’s social post enticed them to return.

In February 2019, MGH conducted an online survey of 1,069 U.S. adults ages 18+ who dine in, order takeout or had food delivered from a restaurant at least once a month.
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In February 2019, MGH conducted an online survey of 1,069 U.S. adults ages 18+ who dine in, order takeout or had food delivered from a restaurant at least once a month.
Results from the study demonstrated that positive restaurant-to-consumer social media engagement often leads to increased customer visits. Of respondents who actively follow and engage with restaurants on social media, 74% say they are more likely to visit or order food from those establishments.

“For restaurant marketers, it’s clear that high-quality social media content, along with active engagement practices, still has great relevance to consumers,” said Ryan Goff, Executive Vice President, Social Media Marketing Director at MGH. “When done right, social content marketing can have great influence over where diners choose to spend their hard-earned money.”

Other notable stats included:

42% of U.S. diners say they have interacted with restaurants on at least one social media platform. Of that group, 66% said they are more likely to visit or order food from the restaurant.
13% of U.S. diners say a restaurant’s social media post has discouraged them from returning to a restaurant.
36% of U.S. diners follow restaurants on social media, and 39% of that group mainly do so to help determine if they want to dine in or order food from the restaurant.
89% of U.S. diners have a social media account.
62% of U.S. diners say they log on to their social media accounts several times per day.
About the Study
In February 2019, MGH conducted an online survey of 1,069 U.S. adults ages 18+ who dine in, order takeout or had food delivered from a restaurant at least once a month. The margin of error is 3% at the 95% confidence level. Discrepancies in or between totals are due to rounding.

About MGH
Based in Baltimore, MGH is an integrated marketing and communications agency offering advertising, public relations, media planning/buying, creative design and production, interactive (design, strategy, development and marketing), market research, direct response, relationship marketing and social media marketing. MGH was selected to the Ad Age 2019 Best Places to Work list.

Current clients include Round Table Pizza, Great American Cookies, Hot Dog on a Stick, Marble Slab Creamery, Pretzelmaker and Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls.

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