I see the "conversion" stat tossed about quite a bit - - however by itself it's relatively meaningless - - you have to use it with a comparative, such as an industry standard, or a prior periods figures, etc. - - - - just saying JCPenney has a conversion rate of 40% means little to nothing - - now if you state JCPenney has a 40% conversion rate vs same period last year of 38% - - that might indicate, better customer service, better product mix, etc. - - - - for example a tobacco store might have a 90% conversion rate - - - 9 out of 10 people who enter end up buying a product - - - a car dealership might have a conversion rate of 5% - 1 out of 20 buy - - - - is the 90% better than the 5% - - - - if the industry norm is 95% and 4% - - - the car dealer is doing the better job - - - ------------------------- of course MzKelli will still think bigger is better and say "So you think you're smarter than Wells Fargo" - - - well MzKelli in this case - YES I do.
Sooo jus fur MzKelli - - - if you would like any further education on this subject consider taking a course in "Retayl101"
Wells Fargo talks about becareful of a thing called conversion. Simplify put it means when you sell things 50% off people buy more product, it does NOT mean traffic is up
In the retail environment "conversion" is the number of people who make purchases as a percentage of the number of people who enter the establishment - - - the actual dollar amount is generally not included in the equation unless specifically indicated - - - basically, if your conversion rate goes up, your traffic has increased - - - - now - - - that being said, conversion does not address sales volume or margins on those sales - - - -
First one to figure out what the error is in her thinking - - - - - - Lance will light a candle for !!
washington Times ..... October 31, 2013 ..... Cheryl K. Chuml
Republican Rep. Renee Ellmers : “As far as [Obamacare’s] essential health benefits, correct me if I’m wrong — do men not have to buy maternity care?”
Ms. Sebelius: “Well, an insurance policy has a series of benefits whether you use them or not.”
Ms. Ellmers: “And that is why health care premiums are increasing, because we are forcing them to buy things that they will never need. Thank you.”
Ms. Sebelius: “The individual policies cover families. Men often do need maternity care for their spouses and for their families, yes.”
Ms. Ellmers: “A single male, aged 32, does not need maternity coverage. To be the best of your knowledge, has a man ever delivered a baby?”
Bow - - - - End Scene annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd curtain !!!!!
I still have the Coca-Cola pants I bought in 1972 at JCP ..anyone know if I can
return them for a refund ?
Heck yah - - - JCPenneyFRAUD(aka mole) will probably even pay a premium if they would go with his neon #$%$ - - - - and if they're polyester so parrot krap won't stain them - - - - - -
I have to perfect solution to getting rid of the board morons - - - - - - we put the guvment in charge of their safety and well being !!!! - - - - - - - pretty soon we'll have to pay for them and there'll be a shortage !!!
CP had some things they don't have now...earnings and actual, live customers.
a good reputation, loyal dedicated associates, money in the bank -- - - - - - - - - - - - - sorry, just trying to be helpful !
But if mom finds out how he's been talking about her - - - she just might ground him - - - - - - shall we tell her - - - - orrrrrr just let her read his Facebook
retay...let them bid this up to $10...;-)))
It'll get close to there - - - maybe 9.50 - 9.75 - - - - - - but then again what do I know ??
310 millions people are in us.
Count em all, not just the legal ones!!!
Of course once you've inflicted enough damage on the producers there won't be anything left for the government to give you.
Careful Mess - - - they can call people in high places - - - annnnnnnnnd I've heard they have unlimited minutes of those free Obamaphones to do it with - - - -
Saw a cute thought on another board on how to cut down drastically on the number of FREE Obamaphones - - - - - simply tell them NSA is logged all their cell numbers and is monitoring them for drug deals
I know you're an ignorant moron retay, but I think even you can read a DJIA chart.
Let me educate you a little grasshopper.
In April 2008, the DJIA stood at about 13,000. On Oct 6, it had dropped to 8400. It bottomed out at 6600 on March 2, 2009 7 weeks after the President was sworn in. It broke 10,000 8 months later.
You know retay, it doesn't pay to lie about facts that are so easy to look up. But again, I don't think anyone gives you credit for having an IQ above the Neanderthal level
Well - - - - let's do a little fact check shall we Cluelessmaster - - - I stated the DOW was 8500 when Obama was inaugurated the DOW High for the day was 8,291.98 - - - - - - - - - - - on March 6, 2009 the DOW was 6,469.95 - not too bad for going from my memory, eh cupcake ??? - - - - - - so it seems that I can safely discount everything else in your post as you've probably researched them equally well - - - -
Quick question - - - does having a slanted view give you a slanted head - - - if so , your's is going to fall off your neck !!!!!
Bye the Bye - - - thanks for the education - it was worth exactly what you charged.
They were given the option to do this, yes. Many decided not to, but that is not Obama's fault either. Besides, you missed the point entirely: rates would have risen substantially anyway.
Well - let's say for the sake of argument you're correct, currently there are about 5 million people kicked off their insurance plans that would welcome the opportunity to challenge you on your assumptions - - - within the next 12 months there will be many many millions more than will either be priced out of the market, suffer severe sticker shock, or chose to go without and pay the fine, hoping they don't get sick until someone sanity comes up with a workable plan - - we currently spend more than double of what any other leading nation pays for our health care - - - changing that to three times what any other country pays doesn't solve any problem at all - - - - but of course you'll be the one who is right !!!
If you have a republican governor, odds are he didn't do those things because, quite frankly, he just doesn't give a d##m about you; And he wants Obamacare to fail.
Well you're correct about the government in my state not givingaDAMN about me - - - - since I'm from Obama's HOME STATE your GOP comments just prove how incapable of independent thought you are - - - you obviously can only spout the "talking head" gibberish you're spoon fed from the likes of MSNBC - - - - - - but you are right about one thing - - HE WANTS OBAMACARE TO FAIL - - - - - why you ask - - - - it's because he WANTS SINGLE PAYER !!
As far as the states controlling "utility prices" - - - - competition is a much better way of accomplishing the same thing.
You must be seeking a platinum plan for $1,500. I can get a platinum plan much cheaper in my state.
I don't know if you've ever heard thetermhorseshit but given your post I guessing it's on a regular basis - - - the last time I posted to someone so ILL-INFORMED he had a parrot on his shoulder - - - - It's a "Silver"
BCBS plan and SEE FOLLOWING POST
In order to keep grandfathered status, the plan could not make substantial changes which included large premium hikes
Do some real non-political party based research - - - the "large premium hikes" were to bring the plans into compliance with Obamacare - - - so the big bad insurance companies now had to raise rates to provide benefits that some people neither want not need.
All existing plan prices were hiked, just as they have been every year for many years. (Obama is not to blame for this year's hike. Your rates would have still gone up.)
Yup - rates went up every year - - - - a couple of percent !! - - - funny thing, on the eve of Obamacare, that changed to 33% annnnnnnd my deductible went WAAAAAY up - - - - - now, being the halfway intelligent person I am - I'm guessing one had something to do with the other - - - - all the other factors were the SAME until Obamacare - - -
"I am an Obama success story."
success = rob from workers to give to coasters
You omitted the middle part of that equation - - - - between "rob from wagon pullers" and "give to wagon riders" is "skim some off the top fur de guvment"
I don't know what state you're in but I'll use my personal example - - - I was paying 1100 a month for spouse and me - - Insurance company and Obama promised the plan was to have been grandfathered(somebody lied) - - - received premium increase to 1500 per month effective this month - - - looked at BCBS on the exchange and same plan with deductible of 6250 is 1434 - - - I'm not impressed - - - - no claims for last 15 years, no per-existing conditions.
As for the GOP "exaggerating costs" - - - if you use the rate calculator on the exchange website, they are off by a factor of 200% - the policy that I can actually buy and pay cash for is listed on the exchange for 500 bucks - - - - - true cost 1400 bucks - - - - - sorry, don't think the website is political party specific - - - in my opinion it's intentional "bait and switch" to get you to log on, then they give you the real rates - - - -