Texas Roadhouse has seen traffic to its website spike after working to optimize its restaurants’ listings on online search engines, said Tyler Durham, the brand’s online-marketing resources coordinator. The casual-dining chain, which has 345 units in 46 states, does not advertise nationally, making local-store marketing a crucial means of attracting nearby customers, Durham said Wednesday. Because much of that advertising depends on local online searches, Texas Roadhouse sought ...

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