If you are a broker and you want to enlarge your portfolio, and you don't have enough pictures to show on your site, you may appeal to the original site of the brand you're selling. But there might be a problem with that. The great majority of brand yacht name manufacturers has the samples uploaded in Flash, which is making things difficult for you. I know from experience that the petty brokers have minimum experience with site design, and with stealing pictures as well. In certain countries, … [Read more...]
Tips and Practical Things
Tips and practical things in the yachting and yacht brokerage world.
It is easy to make a beautiful pair of earrings using Swarovski crystals and silver-plated jumprings. Create the base of the earring by adding an open jumpring to a closed one. Each time a jumpring is added, it should then be closed using flat nosed piers. Add a third ring to the first and second ones where they meet by winding the third jumpring around the first and then through the second. Then close. Next, using the same technique, add a fourth. Bring it around the first jumpring, through … [Read more...]
I have discovered that when I transferred this blog from my former blogspot, wordpress took it all by the coma and letter. Maybe you know, that blogspot is a very unreliable platform, now acquired by Google, who may or may not improve it. All in all, my posts came here with their original fonts and settings, and now, as I have all the time in the world, I have to clean their mess. Actually I don't have that time, but I'll scratch for it, a few minutes per day :). Tip: A major one, … [Read more...]
Happy New Year, dear yachtsmen, dear readers! Before continuing with more yacht brands, they are more than one hundred, I chose as my first post this year, another "chapter" for brokers, related to customer care. In a previous article, I've said something about assessing the virtual customer from the beginning. I've read advertisements saying that a certain broker offers lodging and leisure to any customer ready to accept his offers. Such a guy overplays. Rich, very rich people aren't … [Read more...]
I know someone who claims that there's no good customer or bad customer. All customers are equal. You just work with some more than you work with others. To sell a yacht, is work. To buy a yacht isn't that consuming, everything being determined by the budget. An important thing, you fellow yacht brokers and friends. You have to know the budget before starting any negotiation in the name of a customer. You lead the game, you, the broker, not the customer. If is not you who leads the game, you … [Read more...]