Analysis: The Go-To Online Food Delivery App and Rallying Behind Serena Williams and Against Discrimination.
Both UberEats and Grubhub Continue to Post Promo Codes To Be Americas go-to Online Food Delivery Service
In the early 2000s, online food delivery services and apps were ideas of the future. So it is only fair to say we are there now. During the COVID-19 Pandemic, the rise of these services is affected by the better deal and promo code they provided. Two online food services on top of the market during the pandemic are Grubhub and UberEats.
Grubhub’s online and mobile service features over 300,000 restaurants and partners, with more than 225,000 of these restaurants in over 4,000 U.S. cities. Their company statistics boast of processing more than 647,000 daily orders and serving nearly 28 million active diners, including sending more than $3 billion in total tips to drivers.
Meanwhile, UberEats controls around 29 percent of the global food delivery market. The company recently reported having made more revenue in the first half of 2020 than it did in all of 2019. Surpassing its Parent company’s primary focus on Rides in revenue, becoming Uber’s leading source of income.
From the graph, the conclusion reached is that Grubhub is winning as the Go-To food delivery App. However, the fight between both online food services is a close tie in becoming the Go-To app. Each time either gets a jump on the other, the other catches up.
Serena Wlliams: Player of The Decade On and Off The Court.
At the end of 2019, Serena Williams was named player of the decade. A title many believe Willams deserves for her impact in the tennis sports world and her approach to competition. Although Williams consistently fights discrimination in the same world that praises her with such a title.
There are various forms of discrimination. It can come in forms of attacks on age, sex, disability, equal pay, genetic information, harassment, national origin, pregnancy, race/color, religion, retaliation, and sexual harassment.
One can say they may not know Serena Williams as a player but do know that through the decade, Williams has had many attacks of discrimination in the tennis sports world that make headlines online and offline. Some of the biggest headlines through the decades have been: racist and sexist.
Accordingly, to the analysis on the google trend chart, take peculiar dips around the dates between December 29, 2019- January 4, 2020. Around these dates is when William was given her player of the decade title. Tennis is a white majority sport making Serena’s accomplishment the talk amongst trolls, which contribute to why both Williams and discrimination searches intertwine closes on the chart those dates.
However, where there is hate, there is love. Williams being the player of the decade, shows that discrimination can not win against a dedicated player.