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About time...


Jan 2, 2009, 11:42 AM
What do you know? Business listening to the customer. What an interesting concept! Google has pretty much annihilated the costs associated with market research with this idea.

Jan 2, 2009, 1:37 PM
Yes this is a great ideal. I read a bunch of the postings on there and it seemed like most people are commenting how to improve an already existing app they offer.


But over all I am real excited to see what the site brings.

Jan 2, 2009, 2:36 PM
I think businesses have been doing this for years. It's not exactly a new concept of a business requesting feedback or ideas from the customer to better their service. Many businesses have been doing this but have a hard time getting a product through just based off the requests of needy customers.

Jan 2, 2009, 4:08 PM
which companies are you talking about?

if your referring to apple then look at the Mac Mini or the iphone 3g
if your referring to Microsoft they are coming out with windows 7 because their customers wanted an OS with less of a "footprint"
the auto industry is lead by what customers want/need...

maybe you should go back to business 101

Jan 2, 2009, 4:15 PM
There are several companies that use customer feedback to make improvments. I did not say ALL companies. My opinion. Sorry if your don't like it.

Jan 3, 2009, 2:30 AM
Hmmm...give a concept away for free?
Lau Pan

Jan 2, 2009, 4:56 PM
If Google is serious about listening than lets get with the sync feature with Outlook and forget about charging for the ability to do this. Also forget about letting 3rd party companies charging for the right for the consumer to transfer data from one phone to another.

If you want to make money on selling 3rd Apps ok but at least come up with a app that is innovative and adds to the technology not charge for somthing (Like being able to Sync to add your data) This should be a given, I will not purchase this phone until this feature is added...free of charge.

Let us see if they listen!

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