Let’s check today’s best brands. Apple, Nike, Samsung, Rebook (since CrossFit) and etc. As you see the most important thing is to have a quality product, because people are looking for quality, they don’t want to change their products every second week or pay less but for more time. The main thing they don’t want to do is to risk their money with bad products. They want to feel it was worth it to be a part of this “business”, they want to feel the acceptance of themselves and the public’s (which wouldn’t be important but that’s not our topic right now J). So, if you want to have a good company the first thing is you have to be sure about to provide quality services.
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*Check out the common pages (ex. rentalcars, cartrawler, eurocar)
Everybody shops online and they can almost buy everything. But the real problem comes when you buy online something for the first time in your life which is a really common object/service for other people to buy but not for you. In that time, you are usually not aware of the prices and the market so you can easily got screwed from the seller’s side, by not sending the right product/service or by paying too much for it. Common pages can be really helpful in this times because it compares all of the brands and it help you to have an idea about a service or product. When you make a decision about the brand, it is really useful to check the decided brand’s website also because on their site they usually give more discounts. Sometimes these common websites don’t realize these discounts or the special offers the companies have adverted on their website. I don’t know the whole market but I know that in the car rental industry we really appreciate the people who make the reservation on our page.
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Harmony. That’s the word that’s stuck in my mind, it’s not about what’s lasting or permanent, it’s about individual voices coming together for a moment … and that moment lasts the length of a breath. / Frank Underwood – fictional character.
Well these are the words which nearly equal what I have about Istanbul in my mind and in my heart. I think it’s huge, it’s full of chaos. I don’t really like to live in it. It has a lot of traffic in it. It is really hard to have a night life here. It has terrorism. It has places where you don’t really want to go or you don’t really want to see and I am 100% sure about that every individual who has been stuck in the traffic on one of the bridges said the same “Sh*t. I’m going to leave this city.”
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