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The Best Way to Order Online Food Takeaway and Delivery

Posted last October 21, 2016, 11:59 pm in Food report article

There is no sincerer love than the love of food. –Bernard Shaw

For some, food is just for survival while others treat food as the love of their life. No matter how one perceives food one thing shared across cultures is convenience. Busy life changing times and the advent of the internet have all contributed to the exponential growth of online food ordering services.



Many have written about the benefits and shortcomings of online food delivery service, the health freaks have raised serious concerns with respect to the increased change in lifestyle and the addiction for fast (junk) food and a wave of writers have written about the possible hazards online portals bring to a restaurant owners. We will concentrate on the economics of online food ordering business



Like many innovations online food ordering has had its share of problems for Restaurant owners, many a time the lack of knowledge on part of the resturants is the only factor that stops them from benifiting from this huge market.

Website creation and the Myth Behind it:

A lot of restaurant owners think that it is very costly to create and maintain a website, the fact is a providers like ozfoodhunter.com.au create and maintain restaurant website for free, yes for free all you need is a domain name.



Cost of acquisition:

Yeah , yeah we have all heard about pareto and his 80 20 principle and what is disheartening is the fact that most of us ignore this rule. The cost of acquiring new clients is immense and hard to sustain for restaurant owners, smart resturants use the influx of online food orering website to get new customers and increase their loyal base from where they can launch.

Commissions!!!!!

Crazy commissions that most of the online providers are charging 15 % seriously? I would not want that to happen to me. The good news now is the growing competition in this space and the lower commissions again a good example is ozfood hunter the commissions are as low as 5 % now that is love!

Support.

This is by far the most important yet the most overlooked aspect of doing business online, I have my restaurant listed I am getting orders, why do I need support ? you ask. Well, a lot of times customers face issues and end up looking at some other Restaurant.



If you’re thinking that a food portal would be more appropriate to start with, well… it depends. There are advantages and disadvantages you should consider. In a nutshell, don’t let your business slip-away from you, hoping that “others” will take care of it better than you can. No matter what you do, make sure you always have a good grip on your operations and clients

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Oh, one last idea: don’t put the wagon before the horse. Think first of what and how you want to sell, and then take the time to decide the marketing around it. Not the other way around.