Your Next Pizza is Just a Tweet Away

   By SheSpeaksTeam  May 14, 2015

Whether or not you’re a fan of Domino’s pizza, there’s no denying that the company is more than willing to shake things up in an effort to upgrade their services. We’ve heard reports about how the company is testing out drone deliveries and trying out new recipes like replacing dough with chicken. Now the pizza company wants to make ordering a snap by allowing customers to tweet at them when they want a pie delivered.

CNN reports about the company’s move to modernize their ordering process. Before customers can hit Dominos up on Twitter they must first complete a “Pizza Profile” which allows them to save an easy order. After that they can tweet their pizza order to the company. Dominos has made the process so easy that customers don’t even need to type words when they feel that pizza craving coming on, they can simply choose a pizza emoji to tweet.

Domino’s spokesman Tim McIntyre explains how easy the process of tweeting your order will be. He says, “Customers who add their Twitter handle to their Domino's Pizza Profile will be able to re-order their Easy Order by simply tweeting #EasyOrder or the pizza emoji to @Dominos. Domino's will then send their Easy Order through an automated direct message, which customers must confirm.”

What do you think of Domino’s new Twitter pizza delivery system?

Would you tweet your pizza order or do you prefer a different ordering method?

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cupid77 by cupid77 | Otsego, MN
May 26, 2015

Hmmmm. Not too sure about this. I would rather go the traditional route. It's not all that complicated. Haha.

ezrasmom by ezrasmom | Lutherville, MD
May 25, 2015

I have know problem ordering by tweet. It's written down by me. No mistakes

germgina by germgina | GLADWYNE, PA
May 24, 2015

Wow, that's amazing. I would love this for nights when my husband and I go out and we need to order dinner for the kids. So easy.

dbaxgirl51 by dbaxgirl51 | W HENRIETTA, NY
May 21, 2015

Wow, can you imagine what will happen if a Twitter acct gets hacked? It'd be like the old days of calling and ordering 20 or 30 pizzas to be delivered to some poor unsuspecting person. While this idea is different, I sure hope they have some sort of protection in place (maybe a passcode to process the order)

janiea by janiea | JACKSON, GA
May 21, 2015

I would probably still just go into dominos to see what they've got.