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What we can learn from Telnic


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What we can learn from Telnic

Post by Sunrise on Wed 09 Jul 2014, 7:12 am

1. Exaggerated marketing promises attract novice users, but lead to a loss of credibility in the long run.
2. Permanently ignoring the customer needs leads to the broad rejection of the product.
3. Cancelation of the communication with customers leads to permanent irritation of the customers.
4. The cancelation of the product development leads to broad loss of customers.
5. A brilliant business idea does not automatically lead to success if it isn't actively integrated into the environment.
6. It isn't possible to hide the weaknesses of a product. The Internet will reveal them.
7. Neglecting partnerships leads to the a separation from the partners.
8. Tricky business practices by privileging certain customers (Telnames) leads to big disappointment of disadvantaged customers (Telnic).
9. To introduce a revolutionary technology a civil service mentality isn't enough.
10. The attempt to block loyal customers leads to a negative business development.
11. It isn't smart to think no one else know better about the market than yourself.
12. Poorly developed financial figures should be analyzed. This should lead to corrective actions.
13. Not monetary growth should be the main target, but the creation of benefits for the customers.
14. Avarice and expense reduction does not lead to increased profits.
15. Communication with customers is important and should not be prevented at any cost (as observed at Telnic).

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Re: What we can learn from Telnic

Post by mikeseaton on Wed 09 Jul 2014, 9:13 am

@Sunrise - excellent post - couldn't have put it better myself !


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Re: What we can learn from Telnic

Post by di7 on Wed 09 Jul 2014, 12:14 pm

Shocking how a single company can make so many mistakes and still sticks to its failed strategy after so many years!
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Re: What we can learn from Telnic

Post by Telnot on Wed 09 Jul 2014, 2:00 pm

Telnic is the best company in the world. Why should they care about customers? Telnic can survive without them. Telnic only needs to convince some other venture capitalists to invest more money and then can continue as before!

Or Telnic founds some more companies like Telnames and earns with tax savings much more money than the lousy registration fees from customers!

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