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Old 12-13-2011, 02:27 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by morriss003 View Post
it seems like there is always a point at which an innovative tech company loses the trust of its audience. Microsoft was probably the first, but after Jobs was fired from Apple, that company experienced the same thing. After awhile, no one believed the ratings on eBay because too many vendors were gaming the system. Does anyone believe that Facebook is a secure system? Google is on its way down, and now Amazon is working hard to join the rest.
How is offering exclusive content to users losing the trust of Amazon's audience? How is providing incentives to go exclusive losing the trust of Amazon's audience?
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