mply say, "Beautiful is the only word I would use to describe you."
if somebody makes you a meal, that you didn't particularly care for - what's wrong with being sincere in your appreciation for them (and the meal) - and simply say "I appreciate the wonderful meal - and the company I'm getting to enjoy it with." There is no lying involved.
Bad credit? What's wrong with letting them know "I don't think we have all of the right ingredients here to help you get the approval you're looking for. Let's discuss if there's any options that are available to you that may help?" or "The lender is the one who will make a final decision on this, I will put the information in front of them to see if we can get an approval." - and then do it. Sharing the truth with them may actually get you closer to a car deal?!
If your client leave something in their car, let them know where it is in process – and assure them that you'll take a look to see if you see it. If you can't find it, let them know. Isn't that what you'd want somebody to do for you?
If you want to know the secret to "making more friends and keeping more customers"; my advice would be the exact opposite: act with integrity, and tell the truth.
"Truthful words stand the test of time, but lies are soon exposed."
Proverbs 12:9, NLT…
traffic, sales, and leads from web 2.0 sites. Below is the blog post that explains everything very well, and a picture representation of the new platform I have designed.
One of the many hassles in buying an automobile has been driving to a dealer (or calling them) to see what they have in their inventory. In either case you usually have to dodge a salesman who really wants to get your name and phone number. All I want to know is whether you have a silver Eclipse, okay?
An automobile dealership in New Jersey has not only decided to put their inventory online, but they’re even offering an RSS feed of their newest arrivals.
The feed has a simple XSLT stylesheet for friendly browser display, and each item has information along these lines:
2006 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE $30,334.00 - Contact Triplex BDC @ 888-880-3499
Status: New | Trim: 3DR GS-T 5 SPD | Color: TITANIUM PEARL | Miles: N/A
The beauty of this service is that you can create a custom feed based on the criteria you enter on their inventory page. (New or used, make, model, and price range.) The resulting feed will contain only the vehicles you’re actually interested in.
Lets hope this is the start of a new trend among dealerships. It may not make buying a car easier, but it might at least help you find one.
My new system distributes a RSS feed to 30 or so social networks, to profiles that are located and connected with people in their local area. Here is the representation of what I mean.
Dealerships site publishes new inventory, it then goes to the profiles, each with contacts automatically.
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