Over the past two decades, the category of portable electronics has evolved to the point where there seems to be a new product coming out every day. If you don’t pay attention, you will be looked as if you were living under a rock at the next cocktail party!
Headphones, iPods, iPod accessories, MP3 players, portable stereos, boom booms, two-way radios, audio docking stations, wireless speakers and mini speakers are among the options most popular electronic devices that consumers have today. Apple, Audio Technica, Beats by Dr. Dre, Craig Bluetooth Stereo, dreamGEAR, Everlast, GE, Hello Kitty, HTC, ILIVE, iSound, Jamsonic, Jlab, JVC, Koss, LenMar, Maxell, Naxa, Panasonic, Pyle, Quantum, RCA and Zenex.
The automotive industry quickly upgraded because almost all of the models they produce on the assembly line are equipped with audio jacks, a USB cable, and some with a two- or three-pin plug. You could follow suit and say that a number of industries have had to reorganize or change their business model to ensure a pleasant customer experience. Hotels now have several USB sockets in their rooms. Starbucks, McDonald’s, Dunkin ‘Donuts, Barnes and Noble, malls, lounges and many other businesses have plug-ins to meet customer demands. Can you name others? It is clearly an advantage for the commercial establishment if it makes an upgrade to make its store more user-friendly for electronic customers, as it has been proven that a customer will stay in your business longer, so buy more products while they’re there. What was your experience? Do you spend more money if you’re in a Starbucks or Dunkin ‘Donuts for 2 hours rather than going to the reader through?
This new electronic era is not for everyone. Whether you’re old school or not, it’s annoying when the person helping you has headphones and can’t hear what you’re asking! In fact, I met a few customer service people along the way who have a pimple and think it’s okay. Honestly, it’s rude and it shows that you’re not giving your customer the attention they deserve.
Whether you are for or against this electronic revolution, one thing is certain. He’s here to stay. For the most part, mobile electronics have improved our lives, saved us time, and improved many small entrepreneurs, making their success easier. Our society tends to take things for granted, but when you sit down and explain how we got to this point, you appreciate what you have in front of you.[ad_2]
Source by Carl Seidner