The convenience of door-to-door delivery services has proven to be effective in terms of growing new businesses in the past 5 years. Large companies like Amazon don't even need to sell their own products or brands while growing at exponential rates. Although online shopping is nothing new, the popular way to receive consumer products these days is subscription services.
There are "mom's clubs" online which enable a parent to arrange regular diaper deliveries to the doorstop without even having to go online and order more. The websites send advance notices so customers can update the sizes based on their baby's growth. Other companies to offer this service include Diapers.com, Target, and Amazon Elements - which now has it's own line of diapers and baby products.
However, it is not only the subscription service which keeps customers happy. The product quality must be competitive as well. According to www.nonwovens-industry.com , Amazon halted sales of its Elements Soft and Cozy diaper line on its site. The online retailer claimed that it needed to conduct design improvements due to negative customer feedback.
Other subscription based services, like Honest.com, started out as purely an online company but can now be found in major retailers. Honest has also undergone some changes in their diapers and ranked LAST in www.babygearlabs.com reviews of disposable diapers.
With automated delivery service, customers may choose to receive just 1 package at a time, or they can bundle multiple packages of several products together. For Mom's the convenience of having even 1 less item to carry from the grocery store is worth the price of UPS/FedEx/USPS delivery. Especially for those Moms with twins!
Are companies with distribution channels just trying to offer diapers because they have the customer base? Or should we start taking a look at companies focussing on the product itself?
We are proud to announce the subscription service of bambamboos to be available in Winter 2015.
Please try yours today!