Many companies spend lots of resources and effort to create a blog that supports their business, particularly the sales process. Yet many corporate bloggers complain that while blogs contain relevant information and attract visitors, they can’t track how their blog has influenced sales. Social media has raised customers’ expectations about the information they need before they purchase. If your blog content is relevant to prospects’ and customers’ needs before and after purchase and your products deliver on their promise, you can convert your blog into a sales machine.
How we curate the perfect taste for you
Local Ingredients. Provide useful, educational and entertaining content. Present information based on your product offering and customers’ problems or needs.
Prepared using Traditional Recipes. While your end goal is to sell, consider the context of your blog posts. Here, you’re a tour guide through your firm’s extended offering – not an auctioneer. Your job is to show readers how to use your firm’s products.
Dried Naturally in the Sun. Once you’ve given your readers useful information in a meaningful setting, they may be interested in actually plunking down their credit card. Unfortunately, here’s where many business blogs stop. Blog editors, familiar with their company’s e-commerce site and how to find specific products, can assume readers innately know how to find the product or have the motivation to track it down. Don’t get me wrong. Some very small percentage of prospects will to go extreme efforts to find the product. Unfortunately, the rest will just leave or worse go to your competitor.
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Do you Have a Question?
All our pickles are made in traditional Maithili style.
The spices and oil used work as natural preservatives.It's pretty much the same with color. The spices have a natural color, which is essentially the color of our pickles too.
FareLabs in Gurgaon certifies that these pickles stay good for a little over a year. And we don't feel the need to extend shelf life beyond the 12 months by adding anything unnatural. Since you'll probably finish them much sooner :)
It is currently taking us 1-2 weeks to deliver orders, based on the delivery restrictions in your area.
But you can track your shipment anytime here.
You can track the order using your email address and the order number in your confirmation email, or the tracking number sent to you on email as well.
If you can't find these details, drop us a message on whatsapp and we'll share the latest update on your order right away.
We know that delivery services don't treat shipments kindly enough. That's why we take extra precautions when sending the jar. Only 1 in 100 shipments have historically reached damaged to the customer.
If that is unfortunately the case with you, we'll replace your pickles free of cost.
We suggest you take a picture of the damaged order, and discard the products.
And then please reach out to us on whatsapp, +91-6201268880, or email on firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also choose to message us on our social channels, Facebook and Instagram.