In the early days of cellular phone with low resolution cameras, taking photographs and keeping them in digital albums in your computer was a must. It allowed you to keep memories that possibly defined your individuality and memories with the people important to you.
A half-decade later, the internet became updated, and now you could share those photographs of yours. Smartphones, which have higher-grade cameras and features, became commonplace. Internet speeds allowed one to share, explore and create their own interests and find people who think similarly as them. In such a way, individuality wrested upon how people perceive and take note of your produce and information about you that you share in the internet.
Small businesses have adapted effectively to this model, which is why many younger generations make use of the services of these small businesses. Some small business, including early experimental service platforms such as 8-Tracks that allows you to listen to playlists made by other people and you can contact them as well. You could also buy the songs if you want the playlist on the storage of your phone.
Big businesses are losing their ground on the younger generation, which generates the bulk of many country’s income and GDP. Car manufacturers are having trouble selling their products, along with many other vehicle and transportation-oriented businesses. Meanwhile, technology manufacturing companies are increasing their profits.
Clearly, small or big businesses lagging behind in 2014 lack a sense of understanding the perspectives of the younger generation.
Young people find that sharing, creating and developing their own individuality through the internet is more valuable than owning something that cannot provide the same idea.