It’s been a while since my last Postmates article but I wanted to take some time and do some more thinking about ways that drivers can really maximize their income. As you guys know, my site is all about working smarter, not harder and while I wasn’t too impressed with the income from Postmates I also recognize that there are a lot of people still driving for them. Many of Postmates’ couriers may not have Uber eligible cars, prefer dealing with food instead of people or just like Postmates better in general than Uber or Lyft.
In terms of company culture, I’d actually say that Postmates is somewhere in-between Lyft and Uber. Their employees seem to care and want drivers to succeed but there’s a whole lot of talk and not a lot of action in my opinion. If you’d like to take a look at my past articles on Postmates, I’ve done extensive reviews on the orientation, on-boarding process and my first night of driving:
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- 10 Things I Learned At My Postmates Orientation
- Everything You Need To Know About Postmates On-boarding
- How Much Money Did I Make Driving For Postmates?
- My Experience Signing Up With Postmates in 2017
If you’re considering signing up for Postmates, those articles should save you some time. Unfortunately, there’s no sign-up bonus for drivers right now but if you decide that you want to sign up using my link you can do so by clicking here. [Read more…]