The Post Office I’ve been using for the past 8 or 9 years is closing. The form letter they sent (with ZERO information on how to contact any human being who actually works in that location) informed me of their intent to relocate my PO Box to a Columbus city office much further from my home than […]
Customers are curious. Customers like to “know” things. Let customers peek behind the curtain of your business to see how the magic is accomplished. The Wizard of Oz only succeeded in frightening and aggravating his prospects when he tried to make himself appear to be the big man and impress them with how big and powerful his organization was (we’ve been in business for 100 years, we’re largest supplier of Munchkin Mufllers in the west, etc.), but once his buyers expressed doubt all his bragging evaporated into a puff of smoke.
BestBuy spends hundreds of thousands of dollars to bring customers into their store, presumably to leave their cash behind and walk out with bags full of music, movies, video games and other assorted electronics. Once a potential purchaser is lured into crossing the threshold you’d think their employees would apply at least a minimal amount […]