Time: 1-3 days
Effectiveness: Moderate
Return: High

Now that dining rooms are closed and people are encouraged to stay home, restaurants are dependent on delivery services like Uber Eats, Skip The Dishes and DoorDash.

Not everyone likes using Uber Eats. DoorDash doesn’t always serve the full delivery area you’d like. For whatever reason, it’s important to be available and accessible to the widest number of customers on as many services as possible.

Check to see if the following delivery services are available in your area, and register as a restaurant partner if you haven’t done so.

When registering, you’ll be offered all kinds of offers, from stickers to website development. Just push through to complete your account and get your menu listing on their service as fast as you can.

Customers will begin finding your menu listing organically, but you should start promoting your new delivery options on your social media channels as often as you can.

In part 2, you’ll learn how to leverage the “necessary expense” of using these 3rd-party delivery services into “acquisition assets” to get more frequent and loyal customers.

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