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Google’s Mobile Search Strategy: Bake In and Take Out

On Tuesday, Google confirmed what many had long suspected: Mobile searches now outnumber those on desktop.

May 9th, 2015 – re/code

Google Integrates Food Ordering Into Search Results For Restaurants

Google now lets users in the U.S. order food from six companies―Seamless, Grubhub, Eat24, Delivery.com, BeyondMenu, and MyPizza.com―directly from search results.

May 8th, 2015 – TechCrunch

Google Just Made It Even Easier To Order Food Online

You might remember a time when ordering food via phone meant dialing a number and talking to an actual human being. Those days are over.

May 8th, 2015 – Huffington Post

Google now lets you order food delivery right from its search results pages

You might remember a time when ordering food via phone meant dialing a number and talking to an actual human being. Those days are over.

May 8th, 2015 – Huffington Post

I just looked into sending out my laundry and was shocked by the prices I found

In my neighborhood, I often see trucks double-parked with the engines running, full of clean laundry and freshly-pressed dry cleaning. Delivery services make perfect sense in the city, where a trip to the laundromat means lugging heavy bags of dirty clothes down the street.

May 4th, 2015 – Business Insider

Delivery.com Prepares for Some Uber Competition

Jed Kleckner, chief executive officer at Delivery.com, talks with Betty Liu about his company’s business growth and new competition from UberEats, a service that has Uber drivers delivering food to customers in New York and Chicago. He speaks on “In The Loop.”

April 24th, 2015 – Bloomberg

App-solutely crazy food delivery

Host 1: The ‘uberification’ of food delivery is a crowded market, and entrepreneurs are getting increasingly creative. With the push of a button you can order beer, get a freshly baked cookie delivered in under 20 minutes, or score.

April 24th, 2015 – Uptown Radio.org, Chava Gourarie

Squeezed By Seamless, Restaurants Look for Other Paths Online

A lot of companies are trying to be the “next Uber” – the app-based car service so popular with consumers, it’s reshaping the taxi industry. In New York, Seamless wants to be the “Uber” of food delivery.

April 2nd, 2015 – WNYC News

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