RVUSA.com, one of the RV industry’s leading interactive agencies, announces the launch of www.ancirarv.com, a new web site for Ancira RV, a motorhome and recreational vehicle dealership and service center with locations in Alvarado, Texas, and Boerne, Texas. […]
Really the title of this blurb should be ‘How can a shopping cart help your business?’ – but since ProductCart is our e-commerce solution of choice here at NetSource, we’ll stick with that title. For any business with any kind of product base, whether retail, manufacturing or wholesale, a listing of those products on the web should be a must. After all, as a business you want – strike that, you need – customers to be able to find your products. […]
NetSource Technologies and RVUSA.com are proud to announce the launch of three new websites during the month of October. […]
NetSource designers and programmers are thrilled to announce the launch of a new website for Lemieux Diamond Company, an Ocala jeweler specializing in watches and bridal jewelry.
What is a Content Management System?
A content management system (CMS) is a web application that allows you to easily manage your website. A CMS can be an extremely powerful tool allowing you to create, manage, distribute, and publish information. Or it can be as simple as allowing you to update just one page of your site. […]
NetSource Technologies and RVUSA are pleased to announce the launch of several new RV Dealer websites. The new sites all use our exclusive SiteSource content management system and are based on our EZ-Site designs for dealers.
Empty plastic bags roll through a cracked and patched pavement parking lot. Shopping carts are scattered about… some maneuvering themselves unmanned through the rows of unpopulated parking spaces of the Electronics-O-Rama. The store signage is in disarray, and the glass of the storefront is fogged and dirty. The color scheme of the decrepit building is like that of a circus tent, plastered with fliers and promotional signs made with poster-board and Sharpies. However, on the inside of this dilapidated place of business is the brightest team of individuals ever to be in customer service, and their product is one in a million. No one comes close in either quality or customer satisfaction, but few customers have even thought twice about giving them the chance to prove themselves.
Electronics-O-Rama suffers from poor perceived credibility. The surface of their business, the “visual handshake,” is lacking a quality that the competition offers, though the competition can’t offer the same quality product or service.
Just how important is perceived credibility? Many small retail establishments have faded over the years to flashier, bigger, chain retailers providing the same products with worse customer service, or in some cases worse products (and customer service). What makes Best Buy more credible than Joe’s TV’s? The answer…