IKMAN Jobs, the Internet-based online channel, is closing down and is getting no love from these haters. Some of the IKMAN Jobs forum users are raving about this new reality. The reason for the flaring up of the issue is simple, IKMAN Jobs was doing some good work to provide and update the community, the past year has seen a collapse in the economy.
At first, the site did some really smart things. The sales and marketing aspects of IKMAN Jobs were exceptional. It was easy to get in touch with the professional in charge, and just ask questions. This was before the recession hit the economy hard, which makes things a lot more difficult now.
It wasn’t a real stretch to believe that in times like these, people are going to be looking for better, more experienced web design and web development companies than what they had last year. Since the site did take a hit, there are fewer people talking about IKMAN Jobs on the internet.
Of course, you want to believe the hype, but sometimes the reality is a little more difficult to swallow. Sure, the whole concept behind this website was to be different. The Internet hasn’t really changed much over the years, and we’re not all talking telecommuting employees. We’re still talking about human interaction.
It’s a difficult thing to a breakthrough in this age of e-mail and electronic communications. However, if you really looked at it, it did its job. The IKMAN Jobs Forums did their job by giving people a chance to communicate, share their thoughts, and get feedback.
It wasn’t easy, but if you looked over the forums, you would find people sharing stories, sharing funny, or frustrating experiences with the company, and sharing their usual calls. I don’t know how, but people were turning out the lights. Now, when they open up their computers, it’s one of those more relaxing, honest feelings.
Another interesting thing to point out is that people who weren’t happy with the callers or with the callers didn’t hesitate to write the developers of the site an email. The comments and the discussions weren’t always positive. Yet, there were some real gems amongst the negative comments.
Those things reminded me of my old talent, where you can hire a writer to check your writings and see if they can find any flaws. Today, there are free online editors that you can hire to check what you say, and also answer the phone when you aren’t available.
If you look at some of the new technology, it’s almost like people are back to the basics. They’re actually more honest and sincere than ever before.
But in reality, there are people who need the money, and if it’s for the bottom line, they’ll have it regardless of the customer. It seems that what they’re talking about here is greed, and the inability to feel compassion.
In short, there’s new hope. It’s this:
As of this moment, AIKMAN Jobs is gone. It’s leaving without many of its loyal customers, leaving behind an even more tense and harsh environment. It was a really tough situation to be in, but the end result was what you wanted.