As a log cake lover, spending your “alone time” can be done at its best when you’re munching down your favorite cake, from icing to bottom.
And if you happen to be an extrovert who loves eating cakes occasionally, but you often find yourself not being able to contribute during a discussion about log cakes, you are still in the right place.
Right here, I will show you the things you should look out for when choosing a delivery for your next log cake. Let’s get started.
Search For The Top 10
This is where you want to start your journey. Just go on Google to make a quick search and you’ll be returned with a page of the top 10 log cake delivery companies around you. Suppose you were living in Singapore, your search would be “best log cake in Singapore“. Get it? Good. Let’s move on to the next step.
Check Through For Reliability
Now that you have a list of 10 virtual log cake deliveries around you, the next thing you want to do is confirm their reliability. First off, scroll and read down the “About Us” page. Find a Google Map with a list of the cities and communities where the delivery operates. Is your community or city listed?
You want to streak the log cake delivery company that’s not operating around you out of your list. With that done, continue to read the testimonials and reviews on each website. At the end of this stage, your list gets shorter as you pick the first 3-5 log cake deliveries with the highest number of positive reviews and testimonials.
Read External Reviews
Here’s what you may not know already. Most of the fancy reviews and compelling success stories posted on those log cake delivery websites are sponsored. Don’t hold your breath. There’s always a way to get at a mask to unveil the real face underneath. Thanks to the existence of business listing and review sites like Yelp, Consumer Report, and TrustPilot, you can read unsponsored feedback from real customers about the last 3-5 companies on your list. You can as well go on YouTube to find video success stories, watch them, and confirm the experience of previous customers.
Make The Phone Call
At this stage, your list must have only become shorter. In most cases, your list of 10 would have become a list of 2-3 top and reliable log cake deliveries in your city. The next thing you want to do is make that phone call. Yes, you read that right. The first thing you want to ask the customer service about is a contact list of one or two referrers. Talking to these real referrers will help you to have the needed insight into the service quality and the delivery speed. You will also be able to find out about the policy for wrong deliveries or broken deliveries. Your log cake should come the way you want it. And you shouldn’t be delivered a cupcake instead of a log cake.