Tag: customer service
Trying to shop at Target.com? You might have to wait a while.
So much for seeing what they have before I go. Fortunately, there is a store within reach. Off I go to to shop “old school.”
Want to know where your business is going?
Then, listen to your clients. Read my guest post on the Creative Freelancer Blog, Why I no longer call myself a web designer.
Flickr Accidentally Deletes a User’s 4,000 Photos and Can’t Get Them Back | The New York Observer
Why you shouldn’t keep all you pictures in one place. http://observer.com/2011/02/flickr-restores-mirco-wilhelms-3400-lost-photos-and-is-really-really-sorry-about-that/
Need to increase your survey return rates? Provide a stamp!
This warning comes from the one and the only COO. Gram got a survey in the mail. It asked her to fill out out and return it by a certain date. “How can I return this if I have no means of doing so. I can’t afford to waste any stamps on a…
How Come its So Hard for Companies to say ” Thank You ” ?
This post comes courtesy of Nana. She received a bill in the mail yesterday and compared it to one that she received last week. One bill said “Thank You for Your Payment” and the other bill did not say the same. Its something that in expressing a simple statement of gratitude can go a long…
Old School 1, Apple 0 – Apple lets Woman Pay for iPad with Cash
http://cdn.abclocal.go.com/static/flash/embeddedPlayer/swf/otvEmLoader.swf?version=&station=kgo§ion=&mediaId=7451439&cdnRoot=http://cdn.abclocal.go.com&webRoot=http://abclocal.go.com&site= You know you’ve done a good job training your elder when they spot a technology story. A California woman saved her hard earn money for an iPad, went to Apple, but was denied. Read more about how it turned out. Apple reverses its no-cash payment policy for iPads.
Posterous, now we are talking!
Back on October 23rd 2009, I sent this email to the folks at Posterous: Hi, I was just wondering… When I post via the web, there are no choices as to where one wants to post. Its either “autopost everywhere” or nothing. When will we be able to pick and choose on the web which…
Lessons and takeways from BlogWell
As some of you know, I was lucky to win a registration to BlogWell – How Big Companies Use Social Media here in New York City thanks to Guy Kawasaki. I attended the event yesterday and took away some great tips and insights I can being to take steps on both in my clients’ sites…