By Dr. Kevin Nunley
One of the key's to making lots of sales on the Internet is to offer instant ordering.
Here's an example: Joe's Italian Restaurant features an instant order feature on their web site. A customer can look at pictures of food, click the items they want to order, put their credit card info in.
Their order is sent directly to Joe's where it is printed off on a fax machine in the kitchen. When the customer arrives, the meal is ready.
Other restaurants are delivering the food to the customer. This incredible ease of ordering and delivery is extremely attractive to many of today's busy consumers.
Watch for this kind of Internet instant ordering to take the world by storm. Think about how instant online ordering can be used in your industry to make the shopping experience faster, easier, and more fun for customers.
To see a real-world example, take a look at Gandolfo's deli, located in American Fork, Utah. They use Netgateway's e-Commerce technology where you don't have to buy software or know HTML to build a storefront. In fact, they don't even have a web merchant account. The order is taken, faxed to the deli, filled and delivered.
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