I want garden asian salad!
I’m inside my bedroom. I’m surfing the net. I’m hungry. I feel like eating salad. BBQ rods and garden salad. We don’t have a landline. I only spend load through texting. Tita is not here. I don’t want to walk to KFC. I’m willing to pay PhP40 to someone who will satisfy my cravings.
Am I the only customer of KFC who has these characteristics? Am I the only garden salad fan who experiences this situation?
I can’t believe that up until now, KFC has not maximized the features of new social media. The web is used to inform people but this is so last summer. If you visit KFC’s website, the best thing that they can offer to their customers are store locations.
They should now that nowadays, a lot of people don’t have landlines anymore. Going out of your house just to order or buy some food is too tiresome already.
Moreover, I think the trend of condo living is increasing. These people like me, us, seldom cook. I can say this is true from the people I see in the elevators of our building. Obviously what they do most of the time is eat in restaurants or order in fast foods. Yes this lifestyle’s not healthy, but this isn’t the concern of KFC. Ha-ha.
My point is they have a lot of potential customers and they should use social media to extend their services. Here’s more.
I searched the internet for surveys here in the Philippines seeking to know which fast food restaurant people prefer more—KFC or Mcdonald’s. There are a few surveys and none really well implemented but from what I saw, more points for KFC. Take note the surveys were done online. A lot of KFC fans online, yes?
Also I actually think they should really give effort in this service, if ever, because some of Mcdo’s online delivery is not effective (according to a source).
So why not create a website for online ordering? Are they thinking that imitating Mcdo’s strategy is a bad idea? Who cares, when they are hungry? Like me!