Different take on customers; The Outrage must subdue

Every hundred posts we take a different stance on customers and industry. Except something different from the usual. Call it Cancel Culture, Outrage crowd or whatever you want, what gives the everyday street walker, an anonymous in a crowd, any right to call someone’s work to be cut, his job to be terminated, his daily … Continue reading Different take on customers; The Outrage must subdue

Different take on Customers; Dutch officials are stupid

Last time we were a bit late, so let’s be few posts early with this one. To those who are new, Different take on Customers flips the pro-consumer stance I usually have and discuss the other side of the coin. This time, I’m calling all consumers dumb idiots. Yes, even you. Especially when you’re walking … Continue reading Different take on Customers; Dutch officials are stupid

Different take on customers; Educate yourself, please

We’ re at around 600 posts, so it’s time for another take on customers. These posts don’t follow the usual norm as the perspective is from another direction. You know what grinds my gears the most at times? When a customer comes up to me and begins to dictate what he knows and how I … Continue reading Different take on customers; Educate yourself, please

Different take on customers; People love clowns

Every hundred posts we take a different stance on customers and industry. Except something different from the usual. One thing that is absolutely stupid with customers is their inability to realize who owns rights nowadays. It is the person who pays for them. In the creative industries, more often than not the company owns what … Continue reading Different take on customers; People love clowns

400+ posts; Different take on customers with Monthly Music; Les Misérables

After finishing my first foray into Honorverse with On Basilisk Station and loving every page of it, I began wondering what kind of attitude would I have towards the H.Harrington series if I had started with a later instalment in the series. The first novel is very slow and methodical with sparse action and even then … Continue reading 400+ posts; Different take on customers with Monthly Music; Les Misérables

Different take on customers; for the love of God learn how to use it

Why does this program ask me this? What is this message that Windows is showing me? Why can’t my phone do this? Why can’t I tweak my Mac for better performance? Why is there a virus in my computer? Why won’t this computer work? These are questions that I’ve heard too many times, especially the … Continue reading Different take on customers; for the love of God learn how to use it

100th post; Different take on customers

While I’ve been going on how a service provider should always do as the customer wants and needs, there are times when the customer is a pain in the ass. Don’t misunderstand me here, I’m still firm on the idea of customer=god. Still, customers can be infuriating at times and there are times when a … Continue reading 100th post; Different take on customers

Different take on Customer: few centimeters of millimeter thickness

Every hundred posts on this blog I turn things around and take a good look at the customers and take the providers’ point of view. Y’know, for a change. There 809 posts on this blog currently, including this one,  so I’m slightly over the mark point. Nothing unusual, I sort of stopped following how many … Continue reading Different take on Customer: few centimeters of millimeter thickness

A service provider should concern themselves with the customers, not with the industry

When a service provider listen to the consumers, the question that they may face is to section of the consumers they should listen. There is no definitive answer, especially if you want to expand your market. On one hand, listening to the existing consumer base would seemingly give straight answers to what they want . However, … Continue reading A service provider should concern themselves with the customers, not with the industry

A matter of being an adult, or matter of being taken seriously?

All-Ages or Adult only? Larger customer group or aimed at a niche? Of course, you can aim at both with different products from the same provider, and thus keep a wider appeal. However, what then when you change the product to only suit the other? Comics have a bad rap nowadays and for a damn … Continue reading A matter of being an adult, or matter of being taken seriously?