gandalf23


November 3, 2005

3. Make certain your products and services do what they claim to do.

Filed under: gandalf23@work, interesting — admin @ 10:56 am

From politechbot.com a list of pragmatic tips on how businesses can protect themselves from online criticism, although really this is just good stuff for businesses to do anyway:

1. Create quality products and services.
2. Sell what you advertise.
3. Make certain your products and services do what they claim to do.
4. Fully test and study your products and services before offering them for sale.
5. Disclose all risks posed to purchasers of your products and services.
6. Tell the truth.
7. Fulfill your warranty promises.
8. Don’t cut corners.
9. Comply with all applicable laws and regulations.
10. Don’t try to buy influence.

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