MySpace recently announced that it was developing software that would be installed on home computers and allow parents to monitor the profile name, age, and location that children (or presumably any other computer user) provides when setting up a profile.It monitors sign ins from the computer on which it is installed as well as from… Continue reading MySpace to kids….ID, please.
Forrester has released a new study that says that although three fourths of on line adults access user generated content their confidence in the content is declining; conversely, the over 90% of on line youth that access user generated content indicate that their trust in the content is increasing. Forrester’s report on Social Computing concluded… Continue reading Trust in User Generated Content: Youth Say Yes, Adults Say No
The Weekend Journal has an article about yet another innovative way to join the blogosphere, spying on your children. Big Mother is Watching (available by subscription) tells of a mother (unfortunately working "outside the home" as a marketing consultant….giving marketing consultants and mothers a bad name) who caught her daughter behaving badly by monitoring her… Continue reading Blog Stalking Parents…Fair Game?
This post has two purposes. The first is to discuss expectation and our overall customer experience as determined by customer service or tech support. Probably that is the experience you are expecting based upon the title. The second, is to test what I have now called, the Mystery of the Technorati Tags. The Technorati Tag… Continue reading Expectation and Customer Experience
Typepad has become the source of dissatisfaction for many bloggers lately…and the subject of many blog posts that express the dissatisfaction. Business Blog Consulting has three such posts which highlight the problems and offer positive suggestions including a “business class” of service and limiting new subscribers until the infrastructure can support it. I believe they are promoting with a buy one give one offer…why promote a flawed product? I think they should consider ending promotional offers and closing subscriptions and fix the issues.
This morning’s WSJ had an article titled “Teaching Doctor’s To Be Nicer”…OK, so the point is customer service, customer relationships, customer experience. Yes, I think it applies to doctors, also. I also think most doctors don’t view their patients as customers. However, if medical schools are offering courses in “professionalism, empathy, and communication skills” someone must be thinking in this direction.
Banfield Pet Hospital employs more sleazy tactics in support of their Wellness Plan…
Banfield Pet Hospital should not be trusted with your pet……
New Pew Charitable Trust Survey says Americans are satisfied with the mainstream media but don’t have confidence in fairness…circulation numbers tell different story.
More One Size Fits All coaching books and courses promise change in 60 seconds…for anybody, no previous experience or expertise necessary….