[thelist] Cookies for Two Sites

Nan Harbison nan at nanharbison.com
Fri May 30 10:38:52 CDT 2008


If customers are NOT likely to visit both dealerships, why can't you just
have a home page that lets them click on the dealerhsip they are interested
in? My brother-in-law does this. He used to have Cadillac and Nissan, but
now it is Cadillac and Pre-owned. 


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I have a client that has two auto dealerships, one GM, one Ford.  Since the
two locations are in different cities, the client believes it is unlikely
that people from one city will want to visit the other location all that
often.  The idea I have is to create an index page with links to the home
pages of both stores.  If they do not click one of the links, it will route
them to the larger GM store after a few seconds.  
If they do click a link, I want to offer the option so that their next visit
automatically routes them to the store of their choice.  Each store's home
page will have a link back to the other, which, if clicked, will route them
to the other store, with the option of making the new store their default

Another option is to take them to GM store to start with and prompt them in
some way with the choice of the Ford store, in case they meant to go there.

It's been a while since I have played with cookies, so if someone has done
something like this recently and would like to offer some guidance, it would
be greatly appreciated.  I am looking for a simple and elegant solution.




Norman W. Bunn
norman.bunn at craftedsolutions.com
Crafted Solutions, Inc.
Web Design & Development
Web Site Hosting & Custom Solutions
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