Instagram Adds New Feature to Let Businesses Link Their Food Delivery Sites
If you own a local business there is a way for you to link up your delivery service site to your Instagram story.
Because of COVID-19, restaurants in the Hudson Valley and New York State had to close for dine-in. But a lot of these restaurants and bars have switched to take-out and delivery to remain open during the pandemic. These businesses across the Hudson Valley have been doing such an amazing job feeding the frontlines and getting the word out about their altered services.
In an effort to make it easier to connect businesses with customers, Instagram has added a new feature that lets restaurants and bars like their delivery service sites right to their story. So if you own a bar or restaurant that is using a site like DoorDash, GrubHub, or UberEats, you can link up your site right on your Instagram story. Customers will then be able to click that sticker and get right to your delivery site.
Here's a step-by-step picture guide on how to link your food delivery site to your Instagram:
How To Link Your Restaurant's Food Delivery Service To Instagram
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