ders had stuck to just two or three letters. New
Yahoo search suggestions aim to eliminate that problem, though.
Product Manager Vivian Lin Dufour wrote on the Yahoo Search Blog this morning, “We’re making Search more intuitive by taking user
context and applying it to the search experience. Today we are
introducing an enhanced Yahoo! Search Assist, providing suggestions
geographically closer to you as you type your query.”
You can see an example of how this works below. The first image shows what search suggestions a Yahoo user in Sunnyvale, California
(which is in Santa Clara County) would get after typing “santa.” The
second image shows how they’d differ for an individual located in Santa
This should save people some typing, and in the process, also tends to make Yahoo’s results look much more useful.
The upgrade shouldn’t cross any sort of “creepy” line, either, since Yahoo doesn’t seem to be interested in pinning down users’ exact
addresses or anything like that.
Anyway, Dufour invited everyone, “Give this new feature a try and let us know what you think about geo-sensitive search suggestions in the
comments section . . .”
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staff to set an example each memeber of our team no matter how uncooperative is a neccesity. Any suggestions for a woman in the workplace trying to better the dealership from an Asst. manager position?…
g them when they arrive and sometimes even the F&I. Well, here lately, I have been getting pulled more and more into the F&I side (which has been quite profitable for the store) but I'm getting into uncharted territory now in terms of the Internet Department.
Lately, I have been farming out the leads to my sales department but not having much success from that. Even though I had success with the leads, they still have not bought into that those leads I give them are just as valuable as the people standing on the lot. I have been trying to call behind them to make sure that they are following up properly and that we are not missing customers.
My first question for you guys is when should I be calling the customers? Should I go ahead and call them as soon as the lead comes in and then hand it out to the sales people or should I just wait and give them the opportunity to "act right" and then just follow up a few days later.
The second question is one that my GM has asked me directly and that is how should the pay me. One thing I have learned is that pay plans can be very tricky and I want it to be fair. I want something that is going to be fair to the store and to me and my family. As always, this is my first stop for any suggestions because between everyone on here, I'm sure there is a plethora of suggestions and experience from both the ISM and the GM position.
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