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Although it has helped to lessen the steaming work inside the kitchen, it also satisfies the customers with timely delivery of their favorite cuisines right at their doorstep. This also allowed the restaurants to grow their business twice bigger than the traditional way of serving foods. Our app development firm strives together to bring the best Grubhub clone to venture into the online marketplace.

Why Should You Opt For A Grubhub Clone?

Grubhub clone is a ready-made solution for entrepreneurs to kick start their online business without further ado. The entrepreneurs are offered to customize the food delivery app like Grubhub as per their business needs. Therefore, this helps all our clients with complete satisfaction with on-demand app development.

Most importantly, who would miss a chance to develop an on-demand delivery app that has a scratch-free solution? Yes, these ready-made solutions will help you not only venture into the online marketplace instantly but also save you from being a spendthrift.

Apart from these, it comes with essential features and the latest tech stack offers to make the app development process simpler and quicker. Take a peek into the avant-garde features we integrate into your Grubhub like app development.

Avant-Garde Features That We Offer At Turkeytown

Contactless Delivery
Store Pickup
GPS Live Tracking System
Multiple Payment Integration
Route Optimization
Ratings & Reviews
Therefore, these are the basic features that are required to make your food delivery app like Grubhub have a seamless flow in the future. Apart from this, you can bring up lightning ideas to enrich your food delivery app.

Winding Up

In brief, entrepreneurs like you can speak to our experts at Turnkeytown to get your Grubhub clone with a pocket-friendly solution. Do not miss your opportunity to grab the free consultation right away.

Top 10 Things Needed In A Successful Direct Mail Campaign

These are the top ten things that you need in any direct mail marketing pieces…we’ll use a restaurant in this example:

1. Format

A picture only aids if it is compelling and aids in telling the story. NOT a picture of an empty restaurant or dining room or your logo. If you have a photo of food or people make sure it demonstrates they are enjoying themselves.

2. Headline

This is often the major flaw of the restaurant marketing I see. All of your marketing needs to have a strong, offer based headline that answers the question in the guests mind “What’s in it for me?”

One option is including the offer in your headline, and on the delivery address side. The more outrageous or bold, the better.

3. Personalization

Tests show that this will increase response by 30%. When you speak directly to your audience you’ll get better results. When you can put someone’s name in the headline it will get better results.

It also means you should segment your lists and match the message to each list.

Existing guests should get a different mailing than those that came from a purchased list. It’s easier to get existing guests to come back to celebrate their birthday and as a result it requires less sales effort. Often a well designed postcard is good enough.

However with a new guest that hasn’t visited your restaurant before it requires more sales effort. That’s hard to do effectively with one postcard. That’s why I advocate a full blown sales letter with first class stamp with the personalized approach.

4. Call to Action

You need to give them a specific direction. Tell them exactly what to do and how to do it.

Sometimes this is combined it with the deadline below. “Bring in the enclosed certificate before XXX to receive your FREE Dinner “.

If you are mailing to a cold list of people that have not been to restaurant before you should give them directions. That’s why you should include a map to your restaurant on the back of the certificate so people end up somewhere else when they intended to come to your restaurant.

5. Story

When you justify your offer, typically your response will go up. Engage the reader. Use your own voice, as if you were talking to a familiar friend. Talk about how your restaurant is different/better than all the other options available to them what makes you standout, unique.

The reason is that once they try your restaurant you know they’ll come back. It saves you hiring some fancy New York advertising agency. It doesn’t have to be a complicated reason you just need one.

6. Deadline

Everything has deadlines to need a valid offer. I recommend you feature an expiry date in large print and underlined, designed to stand out in the middle of the postcard. On a birthday anytime during their birthday month is usually very effective.

7. Offer

Test until you find a couple of offers that make people want to respond. Keep in mind the long term value of a customer. If it costs you a $10 offer ($3.50 if you consider you are only paying for the food) to get a new customer, it’s still worth it.

Once you have them in your database, you can get them onto the newsletter list and get them coming back again and again. Once they are on your database and a regular guest it shouldn’t take as big of an offer to get them to come in.

8. Testimonials

What others say about you is at least 10 times more believable than what you say about yourself. Use testimonials on all of your restaurant’s marketing. Why keep your happy guests’ positive opinion of you a secret?

9. Ability to Track Response

Make sure you keep detailed numbers for all your promotions. Not having accurate statistics may mean that you are making marketing decisions on emotion rather than the facts. That is a problem if you make decisions based on a few people instead of your overall results.

Track each of your restaurant’s marketing pieces using the same formula each time. Track the changes you make to each subsequent piece, making only one change at a time so you know what works and what doesn’t.

Once you find something that works, keep using it until you notice a change in response.

10. Guarantee

Come up with a big, bold and solid guarantee as a marketing selling point. If a customer is unhappy it’s in your best interest to make the customer happy anyway. By promoting a guarantee you just get added mileage from something you would have done anyway.

As long as you are providing a good quality product the amount of people that will take advantage of you are very small compared to the benefits of using it in your restaurant’s marketing material.

How to Make Money From Direct Targeted Email Marketing

Email is a powerful thing and if you know what you’re doing direct targeted email marketing can make you a lot of money. But take a look at your spam folder. Notice anything different?

If it’s anything like mine, you’ll have noticed a marked drop in the number of tempting offers for those little blue ‘enhancement’ pills… fake diplomas… lottery scams and yes, even the beloved Nigerian scam.

Have the spammers decided to call it a day?

Alas, no.

Why legitimate businesses can learn from spammers and make money from direct targeted email marketing

The closure of McColo – a web hosting firm that is believed to have had spam gangs as clients – has led to a 70% reduction in junk mail. According to the BBC, “it is believed that it hosted gangs running botnets – networks of computers that have been taken over by criminals to send malicious software and spam.”

Enjoy it while it lasts… because they will be back! Analysts expect spam will return to previous levels by the end of November as the spammers find a new host.

But I really don’t know why they bother. Another report out this week revealed that spammers were getting a response rate of less than 0.00001%! In other words, they would have to send out 12.5 million emails for every sale!

Is it really worth it? Well, yes.

The recent study saw scientists act as spammers themselves by hijacking an existing spam network. While running their undercover spam campaigns the researchers sent 469 million junk e-mail messages. The vast majority of these were for a fake pharmacy which mimicked the spammer’s version. However it always returned an error message when potential buyers clicked a button to submit their credit card details.

“After 26 days, and almost 350 million e-mail messages, only 28 sales resulted,” wrote the researchers. “Taken together, these conversions would have resulted in revenues of $2,731.88-a bit over $100 a day for the measurement period,” they added.

$100 a day! Hardly worth risking jail for is it? But hold on, this was just a small test. The researchers estimate that the controllers of the entire system they had hijacked are netting about $7,000 (4,430) a day or more than $2m (1.28m) per year.

Now it’s looking a bit more attractive, but really not that much compared to people who are using email marketing ethically and legally.

So why don’t they just come clean? Perhaps there should be an amnesty for spammers? We should allow them to leave the dark side and move into legitimate business and share their experience and skills.

Spammers have a lot going for them…

They are technically advanced and smart enough to keep ahead of the authorities, ISPs and spam filters. They can think creatively – I mean some of those subject lines are irresistible!

Just think what they could bring to a legitimate information publishing business? They could easily make $2 million per year…

- They wouldn’t need to send out millions of unsolicited emails as their response rates to a opt-in list could be anywhere from 2% – 30%. In fact they could make good money from a list as small as 1,000. Remember my email last week when I told you how Jon Street had made over 30,000 in one weekend with just 670 names! I don’t normally blow my email trumpet, but earlier this year I brought in 1,510,000 in 2 weeks from a list of around 15,000.

- They wouldn’t have to grub around with dodgy scams, pills or diplomas – they could actually help people to solve their problems. And if they promoted good quality products they would inevitably have plenty of glowing testimonials from people who have benefited.

And who knows, the spammers could really redeem themselves by using their expertise to change history! Seriously, email has the power to change entire nations, economies and even stop wars…

I’m getting a bit evangelical now…but I truly believe that email cannot only provide anyone with a money-making opportunity, but it can actually change the course of history!

Consider US President elect, Barack Obama. The success of his election campaign can partly be attributed to the use of email marketing!

On the night of his election win, he sent out 70 million emails to people who had signed up on his website thanking them for making history! Far more significantly is the amount of money the Obama campaign was able to generate in contributions. In September he raised $112 million online!

According to a recent Sunday Times article; “The web spearheaded a new way of fundraising, identifying volunteers and – most of all – accumulating contact details for millions of converts to the Obama surge.”

He was able to bypass traditional media and go straight to people’s inboxes with personal messages.

Obama’s website also moves beyond just email marketing to use social networking (it’s no accident that one of Facebook’s founders joined the Obama campaign early on).

Ok, so I’m not suggesting you run for political office, but you can see how powerful the legitimate use of emails can be!