What the Customer Actually Wanted

 

47 Responses to What the Customer Actually Wanted

  1. Matt McGee says:

    Now THAT is pure brilliance! Where’d you get it, Michael?

  2. inkode says:

    Lol thats wicked definitely bookmarking that!

  3. Excellent! Absolutely true and hilarious.

  4. @Matt – Funny enough, I have a friend that sends me countless FWD emails every day, but there are always some gems, and this was one of them. I couldn’t find any attribution or anything, but it is pure brilliance. I crack up every time I read it again.

    Thanks for sphinning it!

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  6. That is classic, Michael! Thanks for posting that.

  7. An oldie but a goodie. This is a very much improved version. Congratulations.

  8. Arnie says:

    Imagine how many years that has been true. Some things never change.

  9. Hobo says:

    Class find, Michael. Had me laughing out loud.

    Sphunn & Stumbled.

  10. Kalena says:

    Great stuff! That combined with this: http://www.searchenginecollege.com/2007/09/12-breeds-of-client-and-how-to-work.html would make a pretty accurate client description!

  11. fantomaster says:

    ROFLMAO – that’s a great one, and so true!

  12. Brian says:

    I sent this to my website developer.

  13. Gene says:

    LOL… tiered swing vs tired swing.

  14. This was a nice way to wake up, it made me laugh and set me up for the day.

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  16. John says:

    Very funny thanks. Indeed, it’s so true.

  17. Alex says:

    Jep that’s the same way some of my customers are working…

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  19. Deborah says:

    Michael,

    I love it. Talk about missing the boat. I have expanded over at Biz Informer on the thought that if we truly listened instead of anticipating customer needs – we’d hit the mark far more frequently.

    Deborah

  20. This has been kicking around for a while – but its soo true…

  21. Megan says:

    Very funny and yet so true. Great Job I will be sharing this in my seo classes if you don’t mind

    http://www.PassportMentors.com

  22. Mitesh Ashar says:

    That is interesting…
    Although it is funny but makes some deep sense

  23. Bronson says:

    This is super, i especially liked the part about what got documented.

    This is definitely getting printed out and also mailed around the office.

  24. Comis says:

    How fun! Thanks for the posting!

  25. geri says:

    I absolutely thought that this was way cool! Thanks for the laugh.

  26. juan says:

    Hey, you forgot how the Auditor reported it, how the Accountant wrote it in books, how the Consultant re-engineered it, how the Lawyer sued the Client and how the Bussiness Schools teached the case… LOL!

    Flats to Rent Live

  27. Korayem says:

    WoooWW…that was hilarious!! sooo trueee

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  29. Dan Perry says:

    I’m printing this out and putting it in my cube. Thanks for sharing.

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  31. Very tree, opps, true. Smart, clear, funny.

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  35. James says:

    hehehe, didnt get it at first but after I couldnt stop laughin, thanks..

  36. Weis says:

    very funnyyy, keep up the good work!

  37. That was really funny, but it reflects the world we leave in. :)

  38. That was really funny, but it reflects the world we live in.

  39. John Rheese says:

    I get a lot of customers complaining of other companies that act like that.

  40. Dan says:

    You can replace “what marketing advertised” with “what the sales guy promised”. Lowered Expectations…

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