How To Build A Bowling Alley Website Using AwareLabs
Build a complete search optimized bowling alley site in 47 steps and 2 Hours 10 Minutes. Try it.
A Step By Step Bowling Alley Process
Don't just build the site, AwareLabs will show you how to market it too. We have 53 tasks outlined in 17 stages.
Make sure the bowling alley can be found and contacted. Provide all address and contact information.
The most important page on a bowling alley website. A visitor here is a lead who will call or show up at the front door.
A website sells 24/7, not just when the bowling store is open. Offer items for shipping as well as pickup.
These are key to endorsing your bowling awesome. Solicit them often and use them on every page.
Offer group and individual packages that can be redeemed in part or in whole.
Book Our Lanes
Create opt in pages for leagues, parties, and lane bookings. These are leads and they build up your mailing list, call them back and confirm their booking.
People are always looking for new ways to have fun. Give them ideas by promoting themed events.
Meet Our Staff
Create profiles for your staff. People think of bowling alleys as a vintage form of entertainment. That includes a more personal touch.
Most bowlers are novices but would still like to improve their game. Lists a couple of bowling books as resources.
Food And Beverage
Copy your bowling alley food menu online so people can see what options you have for individuals as well as groups.
Were Always Hiring
People will ask to work at a bowling alley, create a place for them to submit their qualifications instead of answering contact us emails every time.
Music We Play
List the music you typically play at the alley.
List the movies you play at special events or in general at the bowling alley.
Take photos of leagues, events, and championships. Post them to the site as marketing material.
Give people a sense of history with the bowling alley. Everything has a story to tell, include not just the building and location but people, notable events, and upgrades.
To first time bowlers, lanes are intimidating. Answer questions for first timers and turn them into repeat bowlers.
Our Loyalty Program
Offer loyalty rewards to frequent bowlers. You get your money up front and they get discounts. Its the best way to get people to come back.
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