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The Curse of the Dot Com Over the last few years we have all seen commercials and other advertisements for all kinds of Internet companies It started an Internet revolution including such common things as shopping stock trading even entertainment Recently however many have noticed that so many of these once growing companies no longer exist They filed bankruptcy Why Because this new market became saturated and there was not enough demand to support all of the companies Heres an example Mother Nature dot com The company went belly up in 2000 and actually started the trend We all saw the ads for Mother Nature dot com they were the ones with all the natural health supplements The problem was the supplement trend is still new and people jumping on the wagon want to have it as soon as possible and Mother Nature was an online mail order Then theres the most famous belly-up dot com Pets dot com Everyone knew their slogan Pets dot com because pets cant drive They had the funny little sock puppet dog as a spokesman Publicity wasnt their problem As a pet owner I can tell you that when I get something for my dogs I dont know what Ill get before I leave the store I need to browse the store to know what there is An Internet site wont let you just see whats there you cant feel it or touch it Sure that system works well if you know what you want but what if youre not sure Internet companies are going bankrupt mainly because not that many people like the idea of not seeing touching etc what they bought until a week or more after they bought it You can see some harm to on site stores from dot coms it helped Wards to close their doors But we will not see a day anytime soon when all the stores
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