Online Restaurant Guide Draws A Crowd

Terry’s Guide to southwest and southcentral Michigan dining has grown in popularity during its second year. Through October more than 21,000 people have visited MichiganFoodandDrink.com

Terry’s restaurant guide has grown by word of mouth, blog followers, email updates, and a search engine optimation strategy that makes Terry’s guide easier to find online. The website was updated last spring with enhanced mobile device compatibility, interactive maps, and an email subscription service. These updates made the site more user-friendly and informative.

Founder and foodie Terry St. Louis adds new Michigan restaurants weekly. The  database now contains over 370 personally recommended establishments.  

He takes great pride in his ability to recommend outstanding eating and drinking establishments. If you don’t see a place listed, “It either means I have not been there, or I will not recommend it,” he said.

Thousands of visitors to MichiganFoodandDrink.com attest that Terry’s guide features “only the good places.”  

See http://michiganfoodanddrink.com for more information and sign up to Terry’s e-mail distibution list for updates.

Terry’s Guide to dining and drinking in southwest and south-central Michigan features hundreds of unique establishments- – including restaurants, bakeries, wineries, and microbreweries.

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