Posted on January 27, 2019
Using Business Ethics In Your Advertising
Sometimes life provides us with character-defining opportunities that remain with us forever. If we’re lucky, that is. These events, which occur in both our professional and our personal lives, are significant not for their particulars, but for what they say about who we are and who we are not. It is who we become as a result of these experiences-not the experiences themselves-that is most important. This is because these “choice points” articulate our values, clarify our character, and define our integrity.
The fact that the business is online does not make it any different from the other businesses. Why then should you not smile at your online customers in warm welcome the same way you would in brick and mortar business? Are you asking how you can do that? Simple, just have a nice homepage on your business web having welcoming words and may be images. You can even have a short welcome video done by a real human being – it does not have to be you. Give your website visitors a small freebie to appreciate them and you will be sure to have volumes of web traffic in no time.
Of business ethics courses, their next question was unavoidable. “So did you have problems with them?” they asked. Okay, so now what? How do I maintain my ethical standards, but provide an honest answer to a good client?
The best practice when “Buying a computer notebook online” is simply write down what your looking for and what your willing to pay for the gadgets. For example I choose the spec’s for a computer notebook and price range before I ever go online looking for a great deal. This simple step will save you a lot of time and headaches. Another thing to remember is I’ve found purchasing any tech gadget at the end of the year or the month after the new year is the best time for pricing. Think of it like the car industry model end of the year closeout meaning you save a tremendous amount of money….the same applies to the tech sector.
Most people are not intentional thieves. A clerk with access to funds decides that she must get some money to buy her kid a birthday present. She “borrows” ten bucks from the cash box. She puts it back the next Monday after she has cashed her paycheck. She does that over again and again.
Customers are not stupid. The Japanese proved this by making their cars a very little better every year. During the identical period Yank cars were not improving as much. The Cani Principal of the Japanese let to their cars taking an enormous chunk of the worldwide automotive market.
You can find in our store jewelries of different price range and a variety of designs. We have divided our Jewelry collection into Necklace sets, bangles, earrings. We also keep rings, glass bangles, bindis, jhumka earrings. In Necklace collection you get from simple designed Pendant sets, to colorful Beaded Necklaces, to heavy and light Kudan Sets. Our Indian Jewelry category contains some lovely Wedding Jewelry from price range $14 – $45. At the same time you can get cheap sets with colorful kundan stones for just $15 – $20.
Is Apple starting to become a bully because it can afford to? Maybe it’s no longer the maverick kid on the block that produces some wonderful tools and toys. It has of course also had its share of Edsels. Time will tell about that. In the meantime I wonder what’s in the air?