Articles Posted in the Service Category

  • Fair exchange is not tax-free

    In times of stress when people feel their back muscles tightening, it’s time to head to that Relax-the-Back store. But what if you’re the Relax-the-Back guy and you’ve got inventory all the way to your…

  • Coconut water: The (next) Real Thing

    In Mandarin Chinese Coca-Cola translates to something along the lines of, “Allow your mouth to rejoice.” Whether or not your mouth rejoices, the man who invented Coca-Cola in 1886 claimed it as a treatment for…

  • Solutions for the chemical processing world

    It’s the beginning of 2013. You wake up to discover that after the earth has cracked, after the fireballs have descended and after the roiling oceans have taken their toll, you’re among the survivors, ready…

  • Should a dead guy make your promotional products?

    Johnny Cochran is dead as a doornail. (Theories abound as to the death and doornail comparison, but the top vote-getter on Yahoo answers has something to do with old nails making a dead thud as…

  • Coke adds digital to the real thing

    Coke adds digital to the real thing

    The latest thing to go all twenty-first century digital is Coca-Cola. The very idea that you could go to a machine, dispense some ice and it mixes water and syrup for you may have been…

  • A brand with advertising success

    Okay. Name the university with the largest student body in North America. Hint: its name is associated with a well-respected sports stadium. With about 420,700 undergraduate students and 78,000 students, that would be the University…

  • The extra smile for customers

    Perhaps it is easy to forget that those yawning, latte carrying, early morning, rail and bus commuters are clients of the transit system. But not in Japan. Harried, groggy or crabby, they’re still customers, and…

  • The Importance Of Background Screening

    Everyone has secrets. Some of us might eat a whole packet of Jaffa Cakes in one sitting; others might have a penchant for the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber. While neither are anything to be…

  • How to keep ’em coming back

    In the FAQ section of a company, a customer outlines the type of swimming pool pump and the subsequent problems then asks – “Is my pump broken?” The FAQ genie answers – “NO.” And technically…

  • Twelpforce, my hero?

    With over 5,000 followers, Best Buy sure has an online entourage for their new twitter-based help service.  Best Buy stresses its commitment to customer service and has several Geek Squad employees as well as tech specialists responding to consumer complaints. All…