About Marshall Nyman

Marshall recently joined Rio SEO as an Account Director after spending the last 10 years in digital marketing on both the brand and agency sides. Before joining Rio, Marshall worked at Dine Brands where he led the charge on revamping local search strategies for both Applebee's and IHOP. While at Dine Brands, Marshall became very passionate about local search and online reviews, which lead him to join Rio. Marshall has his Masters in Business Administration and loves to help brands grow by improving their online presence.

Google Ordering: A Guide for Enterprise Restaurant Brands

By |2020-11-12T14:04:39-08:00November 12, 2020|Blog Posts, Restaurants|

Google has given restaurants the ability to receive pickup and delivery orders directly from Google Search, Maps, and the Assistant. When activated, searchers can see an “Order Online” button, view your menu, and place an order without ever leaving the search experience. In this post, we’ll explore how this program works, answer the questions we

GMB Partner Links and Food Ordering Updates For Restaurant Brands

By |2020-08-18T12:08:47-07:00July 15, 2020|Blog Posts, Local Marketing, Restaurants|

Quick-service restaurants and restaurants alike continue to muddle through the unpredictability of the COVID-19 pandemic. As closures and reopenings for businesses continue to waver at both the county and state levels across the board, the restaurant industry has been particularly hit hard as shut down orders for indoor dining have once again affected many parts

Restaurant Brands: 3 Critical Local Presence Tasks for Coronavirus-related Restaurant Closures

By |2020-08-18T12:19:57-07:00March 25, 2020|Blog Posts, Restaurants|

Self-isolation and social distancing measures due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic are impacting restaurants worldwide. Depending on the public health recommendations in your region, you may need to close some or all locations immediately or adjust operations to takeout/delivery-only en masse. Additionally, from our own research, we've seen a significant spike in search queries for