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Podcast for Delivery Independent Contractors

The Deliver on Your Business Podcast is a podcast for delivery independent contractors. It focuses on profitably operating your delivery business while contracting with gig economy apps like Grubhub, Postmates, Uber Eats, Doordash and others.

 

Goodbye 2020! Don’t Let the Door Hit You on the Way Out

The politics. The pandemonium. And, oh, by the way, the pandemic Not a lot of people are sad to see this year come to an end. Who knew that the real meaning of 2020 hindsight is that when we look back at the year 2020, we’d just see the year mooning us? It’s been a …

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An up and coming app to give drivers data and resources to improve their business. Interview with David Pickerell of Para

What if there were an app that was designed specifically for delivery drivers? What if that app were designed to make it easier to work with several different platforms? If it let you multi-app. If it gave you information on which restaurants were busy in your area? And if that app automatically pulled all your …

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Uber Eats buying Postmates, Grubhub Tanking, Doordash going Public, Oh My!

Uber Eats has completed their takeover of Postmates. The deal is closed. Grubhub seems to be floundering. What’s up with that? Doordash is going through with their IPO. What does all of this mean for those of us who deliver as contractors for these gig economy deliver companies? We’re in that lull right now between …

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Can a newcomer disrupt the food delivery market?

Lyft has been making noise about getting into the delivery market. They started with a partnership with Grubhub. And they’re thinking they want to start their own service. Last week we had Bob McNulty from TripDelivers. TripDelivers just launched in Nashville, with plans to launch in other markets around the country. In the interview, Bob …

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There’s a New Kid on the Block and they could change everything. Interview with Bob McNulty of TripDelivers

Ron at EntreCourier Well, Courier Nation, I’m excited to have our guest on today. I have Bob McNulty from TripDelivers. TripDelivers is a new entrant coming into the delivery scene and really kinda upending things with a totally different model and a totally different approach both for the restaurants and for the drivers. Everything that …

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How will the election results affect Doordash, Grubhub, Uber Eats, Instacart?

The election is over, for the most part, we think, so how will the results affect those of us who contract with Grubhub, Doordash, Uber Eats, Instacart and others? A couple of Senate seats are still up for grabs, and the Presidential election hasn’t officially been decided yet. There are court challenges ahead, but I’ll …

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How to Avoid Contract Deactivation from Doordash, Uber Eats, Grubhub, Postmates: Seven Steps

If you rely much at all on the income for your delivery business, you want to stay on top of how to avoid deactivation from your contracts with delivery gigs like Doordash, Uber Eats, Grubhub, Postmates, and others. How do you avoid deactivation from Doordash, Uber Eats, Grubhub, Postmates and others? Look at this as …

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How do you protect your delivery income from deactivation or worse?

Hey Courier Nation! I’m really excited about this interview today. I’ve got Leah Chasser with Kover.ai. Now Kover is spelled K.O.V.E.R. and actually I think I was originally trying to pronounce it KOH-ver just because of the way it’s spelled. Pronounced like Cover actually makes more sense because it’s spelled like cover with a C. …

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Legally protect yourself and your business, with Bryant Greenling of LegalRideshare.com

Bryant Greenling, founder of LegalRideshare.com, joins us this week to talk about the ways we can protect ourselves and our businesses as independent contractors. LegalRideshare was the first law firm to work exclusively with rideshare and gig economy contractors. LegalRideshare specializes in injury and accident claims for independent contractors. They also have partnered with Kover.AI …

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Six Ways to Keep Your Deliveries Enjoyable with Doordash, Grubhub, Uber Eats etc.

I just saw someone post on a forum somewhere that his blood pressure dropped significantly after leaving a toxic job situation. Have you ever had a situation where you hated your job so much that the stress levels were through the roof? I’ve been there. I pray I never have to go back. Life is …

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Why is Uber Eats Paying Less With the New Tip Update?

I’m not sure I can answer why because I’m not sure that Uber Eats IS paying less with the new update that shows the total expected pay for an offer including tips. That said, a lot of Uber Eats couriers feel like Uber Eats is paying less – a LOT less – and especially that …

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Delivering by e-Bike for Doordash, Grubhub, Uber Eats

Is it possible to earn decent money while delivering on a bike or e-bike for gig companies like Grubhub, Doordash, Uber Eats and others? On episode 84 of the Deliver on Your Business podcast, we talked with Kevin Ha who operates the Financial Panther website. He does most if not all his delivery work now …

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Contract Violations, Fraudulent Activity Deactivations, Doordash, Grubhub and Uber Eats Cracking Down.

What’s going on with all this activation talk lately? What’s up with all this cracking down on contractors lately by Grubhub, Doordash, Uber Eats and maybe others? And how can you avoid being deactivated? Spend much time lately in Reddit or Facebook groups for drivers and you see people left and right who are being …

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What’s the best way to accept or reject orders? Top Dasher, #Declinenow, Premier Status, #NoTipNoTrip?

Should I accept every offer or should I subscribe to #DeclineNow or #NoTipNoTrip or any of those other ideas? What’s the best philosophy? What is the best strategy for accepting or rejecting deliveries on Grubhub, Doordash, Uber Eats, Postmates or others? IS there a best way to accept or decline orders?

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