It may be easy to guess the TOP 5 MOST VALUABLE BRANDS IN THE WORLD, but it gets significantly harder to guess once you go past #17 or so on the list. And you won’t believe who’s at the bottom this year.
There are dozens of paid streaming services, and what seems like hundreds of other free or ad-supported streaming channels out there these days.
The average household is subscribed to at least two different paid streaming services (as of this writing, it’s usually some combination of Disney+, Netflix, and Amazon Prime… but Hulu is making a strong case for it so be in the mix too… and there’s always AT&T’s HBO MAX and Comcast’s PEACOCK service coming out later this month. And let’s not even start with YouTube’s free or paid services. Whew!)
But the biggest question that people ask Web Watch is “how do you know which streaming service has the shows that you want to watch?”
A company lives and dies by its reputation.
Some companies never recover from a problem, while others openly address the issue at hand and do everything they can to win back customers. Coca-Cola has done it, others have as well.
It’s easy when you’re perennially at the top of the list of MOST REPUTABLE COMPANIES, like Amazon, Coca-Cola, Apple, and Disney tend to find themselves every year — but it’s those struggling at the bottom of the list that really have a rough time at it.
Who is the MOST HATED COMPANY IN AMERICA?
That’s an interesting question that was answered in a recent HARRIS POLL. They based their results on a combination of the following six areas, as rated by over 18,000 people:
Nothings says “AMERICA” like pure, unadulterated consumerism.
Whether it be across the country or around the world, Americans are defined by what they wear, what they use, what they drive, what they eat and drink.
It’s true what the environmentalists say about technology – it’s here to ruin the Earth for years to come.
But that’s only part of the story. What if we told you that technology could actually SAVE the Earth instead?
You’ve browsed through AMAZON.COM for hours on end before, right?
It’s just like going to TARGET, HOME DEPOT, or COSTCO sometimes, where you know you’re just going to run in for one item, and end up walking out with a shopping cart full of stuff you never knew you needed until you actually saw it on the shelf.
But there is one advantage that AMAZON has over a brick-and-mortar store, in that they have crowdsourced the product reviews. Opening up the reviews to the public to REALLY tell you what the product is all about, and whether it works as designed, and more.
How much time do you waste on the Internet every day?
Can you count your Internet time in minutes? Hours? Doubtful to even ask — but can you count what you do on the Internet in seconds?