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Can I direct customers to a product I don’t carry through a website search?

Question by Michael M: Can I direct customers to a product I don’t carry through a website search?
For example, if I sell toys and carry Duplo building blocks, and a customer searches for “legos”, can I take them to the Duplo building blocks? Is this illegal or considered unethical? Can I display a page that say, “Sorry we don’t carry Legos, but we do carry Duplo.” and then display the Duplo products?

Best answer:

Answer by JohnnyC
You can do what you want with your site.

However, if you get lego searches to a Duplo site, they probably won’t buy as that’s not what they want. So your wasting valuable time when you could be promoting something you have to sell.

However, if you provide valuable content on your web page and use good selling skills you may be able to get a lego buyer to switch to Duplo.

Set up a web page along the line of “Duplo is better than Lego – We Prove It!” etc and use good content to show why.

Someone searching for Lego may come across this and take a look. It’s then down to you to switch them!
Good Luck
JohnnyC

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WPA: Toy Repair Projects: toys and dolls mended by workers: many of the dolls are made available to underprivileged children through Toy Lending Libraries . . ., ca. 1935

WPA: Toy Repair Projects: toys and dolls mended by workers: many of the dolls are made available to underprivileged children through Toy Lending Libraries . . ., ca. 1935
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Image by The U.S. National Archives
Original Caption: WPA: Toy Repair Projects: toys and dolls mended by workers: many of the dolls are made available to underprivileged children through Toy Lending Libraries, given to WPA Nursery Schools, and some are given out at Christmas time for children to keep, ca. 1935

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: NLR-PHOCO-A-53227(2007)

From:: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library Public Domain Photographs, compiled 1882 – 1962

Created By:: Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945

Production Date: ca. 1935

Persistent URL: http://arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=195910

Repository: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (NLFDR)

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How does the speed of a wave traveling through a slinky change as you change the length of the slinky?

Question by taniarocks21: How does the speed of a wave traveling through a slinky change as you change the length of the slinky?
Velocity= Length * Frequency
I think the speed increases as the length increases, but when I graph frequency on the y-axis and 1/length of slinky on the x axis (because the slope is then frequency/ (1/length) = frequency times length) I get a downwards slope.

What am I doing wrong?

Best answer:

Answer by Randy P
Where are you getting velocity = length * frequency?

There is a relationship between velocity, frequency and WAVELENGTH. But you can’t just plug the length of the slinky in there as if it were a wavelength.

Unless there’s something you haven’t told us about the experiment. Actually you haven’t told us anything about the experiment, so it’s impossible to know what should be proportional to what since there’s no clue what is being held constant and what is varying.

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1/4 Scale RC King Tiger RC Tank Through the deep pond

Sadly the pond still isn’t deep enough but at least it was fun!
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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