How to STOP Uber Eats, and others from taking 30% or more of your revenue with this tutorial.
If you are a restaurant owner, then chances are that you have been dealing with this problem for a while.
After last year, many restaurants were forced to rely only on selling deliveries during the pandemic.
Third-party delivery apps like UberEats and Doordash were charging over 30% commission on all sales, which is a huge commission from an already low-profit margin.
On top of that, they more than likely charge your customers a delivery fee, and a service fee,. Thus, hurting your sales even more by making your food more expensive than it needs to be.
That’s not even the worst part.
While selling on UberEats and other similar apps seems like the most natural and convenient thing to do since they take care of the delivery and go through the trouble of charging the customer, they might be a bigger problem than you think, it’s more than high commission rates.
You see, that is not even where restaurant owners lose the most amount of profit. The biggest loss in profits comes from not being able to keep the customer’s information like their name, email, and phone number.
With that information, there is absolutely no way you can reach out to them again so that they can come back. There is no way of letting them about new dishes, promotions, or special events that your restaurant might have.
What does that mean?
It means you have no way of creating a repeat customer that restaurants need so much to thrive, the only thing you can do is hope they can come back.
I know that you’re probably thinking:
“Well I don’t have anyone to do deliveries for me so I rely on UberEats and other apps to take care of deliveries for me and so I have no choice.”
The good news is that’s actually not entirely true.
There is a way you can sell delivery orders without having your own delivery fleet and without paying 30% commission or more.
By acquiring the customers yourself from different platforms like Google and Facebook, platforms that already have billions of users. When you acquire your customers yourself through these platforms, you can then sell the delivery from your own online ordering platform.
When you have your own online ordering platform you can actually control how much you want to charge on delivery, even with different distances, and you can keep your customer’s information to sell back to them again later. If you don’t have your own delivery fleet, you can use other delivery fleets as your own and charge the delivery fee to your customer.
Don’t get me wrong, it is not just about having your own online ordering platform.
There are actually several features you need to have on your own online ordering platform and there are several steps you need to take outside of it.
Don’t worry I will show you exactly what you need to do.
It sounds complicated but it isn’t and that is why I put together this tutorial with easy-to-follow steps, and I even included a link to get access to the FREE tool that I used so you can follow along and implement this system for your restaurant TODAY.
Don’t wait, and don’t hesitate to make double-check that the online ordering platform you have is working for you the right way (if you have one already).
Take a look at my tutorial below.