Originally Posted by DAISY BOYKIN
I will make this suggestion for your question: Go to the following websites
I bought from one of these company's with a very positive experience on line.
Cheyenne Camping Center, the lowest priced gas motorhomes, diesel pushers, fifth wheels, travel trailers, toy haulers and fold down tent camper RVs!
The Original RV Wholesalers - RV Sales, RV Parts, RV Dealer, RV Super Store Dealer, 5th Wheel, Forest River
Both of these web-sights will more than answer your questions.
I agree with this post.
If I were you, I would think about my own personal shopping expiriences. It could be anything like perhaps a new television.
What sites I went to and which ones worked better than others.
Simply put, I will return to a site that ADDS VALUE to my shopping expirience.
Most sites are attempting to manipulate the consumer in one way or another. Posting the starting point of your price (you can reference the MSRP as well) would be a must for me. I WILL NOT call for the price, ever! Trying to keep me on your site is a manipulation.
Making me call for the price and working to keep me on your site best serves your adgenda, not mine. Linking me to additional, helpful information adds value for the consumer and makes your site stand out.
Pictures are king when I'm shopping on the internet. Give me actual pictures and the floor plan is a must.
Specs, as mentioned earlier are also a must. At the point where I see a unit advertised on your site and I may be interested in that unit, I need all the information that will actually have an effect on that purchase. Again, value to the consumer.
Both the sites mentioned above were contenders for my last purchase and I did purchase from Cheyenne.
Very important that you notify the consumer of what is an "in stock" unit vs. one that needs to be ordered.
I'll stop now
Bottom line, make sure that your customer (in this case, the shopper) comes away from their expirience on your web site feeling like they got all the information they needed. Those are the ones that will call you
As said before, kudos to you for asking the question