Yep, it always belongs to them.Nope, you never own it, it is pretty much a rental thing, just like your phone number. You have as much 'ownership' of your phone number as you do a domain name.
Yep, same here.
We usually pull the boat out on fishing trips and trailer it up to the nearest gas station. Marina prices are ?highway? robbery. Except there is one marina on Tablerock Lake that has a delicious young honey in a bikini that comes out, pumps the gas, washes the windows, and refills the cooler with ice. Well worth the price IMHO.If you think that fuel is high at the pump, buy it at a marina.
Agreed,Grumpy said:Teetor as you've said before all your work is referral and your booked out so it's no loss but it saddens me when someone's website doesn't work for them. The common misconception is that "If you build it, they will come." This is not true.
Advertising on your trucks and cards is all fine and dandy, and a must IMO... but I would dare to say 90% of my hits come from search engines and getting top ranked for common keywords isn't the easiest thing to accomplish.
Teetor, I am ignorant on the subject of boats, but if fuel costs that much at the marina, maybe you just thought of a new business idea. Assumiing boats and cars use the same fule, with no special add mixtures, why not buy a fuel truck and gas up the boats yourself? Just a thought.