It’s Time for Companies to Compensate Consumers for Their Feedback

Why should people provide their opinions and get nothing in return?

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Earlier this week, I went through my email and was gobsmacked by how many companies wanted to hear from me. “Tell us your thoughts!” the subject line implores. “We want to hear from you!” the prominent retailer trumpets, “your opinion will…

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Cat mom. Philly transplant, now residing in New England. Lover of coffee, books, and Bruce Springsteen. LauraWilliamsBurke.com

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Laura Williams-Burke

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Cat mom. Philly transplant, now residing in New England. Lover of coffee, books, and Bruce Springsteen. LauraWilliamsBurke.com

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