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batye
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12/1/2014 | 2:38:02 AM
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@StaceyE yes, I could not agree more... but this day almost all of the Co. playing this game... and sad reality no one do really cares....
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12/1/2014 | 2:36:30 AM
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@StaceyE yes, but most stores in my area including Home Depot do not keep much inventory on hand... giving me option to order online and do pick in the store or home delivery... everyone trying to copy Amazon... - how I see it...
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batye,
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12/1/2014 | 2:33:17 AM
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@StaceyE I do not know, but many factors in play... but in china online stores keep growing as everyone getting in the bzz plus drop shipping idea...
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batye,
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12/1/2014 | 2:21:08 AM
Re: It will take time
@StaceyE, yes but at the same time everyone wants latest and greatest... plus revision of the devices

let say PS vita 1 edition have a better screen resolution if compared to PS vita 2 edition... it like trading for skinny devices with less quality... but to each his own...  
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11/30/2014 | 11:39:36 AM
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@ batye

Yes, many company's should get back to the basics. I think many times they know there is a problem with their product but just cross their fingers and hope no one else notices.
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11/30/2014 | 11:37:39 AM
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@ batye

I don't think that traditional brick-and-mortar stores will ever completely disappear. There are too many people who still do not use the newest technology and there will always be items you cant wait for delivery for. For example, if my husband needs a 2 x 4 for a woodworking project he will drive to Home Depot and pick one up and be back home in less than an hour. There's no way he would want to wait two or three days for delivery.
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11/30/2014 | 11:34:53 AM
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@ batye

I think company's should certainly make use of the internet to promote their products or services. But most of the time going from brick-and-mortar to completely virtual is a mistake.
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11/30/2014 | 11:33:01 AM
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@ batye

It absolutely happens, and sadly company;s think if the product has a short life cycle then customers will come back for a new upgrade. Most of the time people will just look for a product that has a longer life cycle.
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batye,
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11/1/2014 | 3:05:58 AM
Re: It will take time
@StaceyE I would like to add this days no one wants get back to basics:

1. quality of product

2. good customer service

3. proper timely warranty service....

 

everyone only want to sell it and forget it...

take a look at the car industry...

recall after recall... and car manf. fail to update customers about recalls... - sad and scary as people do die... if the car fail during road trip ( as failty wire or even brake light...) sad... sad...
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batye,
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11/1/2014 | 3:00:49 AM
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@StaceyE last time I attended Microsoft and Intel seminars... everyone expect by 2020 not many brick & mortar store will be left... - new reality of new digital cloud future...
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