This is the 10th and last post needed to complete a requirement in one class subject. So, does this mean that it’s the end of my diner?
So far, my blogging experience has been exciting. It’s really hard to compose blogs that are worthy for people to read. And it’s sad when people do not notice your blog so you try hard to promote it. With no reactions from my target, my diner should just stop its operations. This reminds me of the case of Xerox…
The Xerox company used to be the lead in the photocopying industry with their magnificent designs. To prove how powerful they are, the word xerox is now even used as a genetic term for photocopy. But the problem that the Xerox company had was caused by its poor customer service and their inability to anticipate what will happen in the future. They did not foresee that softwares for file transfers will be developed and that more people would rather rely on soft copies because lap tops are more convenient to them. And now, the Xerox company is behind Canon and Ricoh. Yes, the company is not dead… yet. Source: http://www.salesvantage.com/article/42/Brand-Death-Three-Brands-that-Died-and-Why
I believe that to prevent my diner from dying, I should put in more effort. To understand what my audience want and what they will want in the future. To properly answer the queries in the friendliest way possible. And to understand that in this game, I have to anticipate that a lot of competitors will try to remove me from my post.
Maybe Xerox need to do that, too.