Why make your customers guess about business hours, product details, and general questions?
A big problem with the majority of delivery services is the inability to be contacted by consumers that have questions about products, setting up delivery, and overall general communication. By having a website, clients no longer have to wonder about how to communicate with your business. This means that customers can experience a heightened level of customer service and choose your delivery service over a competitor’s.
If customers can’t contact you with questions, chances are they are moving onto the next delivery service that carries the same products that you do—make sure that you retain these customers by providing them with the necessary ways of contacting you. Common methods include a hotline, text messaging, and having a chat widget directly on the website.
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