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  • Yes, I think so

    Flashy doesn't always mean shoddy, but it's coming to be more so. For example, cell phone companies, like Apple, Samsung etc are always releasing the 'next big thing' so consumers will buy new products more often. Newer models often have more bells and whistles, but they don't have a ton of quality or longevity.

  • I guess so

    Flashy doesn't always mean shoddy, but it's coming to be more so. For example, cell phone companies, like Apple, Samsung etc are always releasing the 'next big thing' so consumers will buy new products more often. Newer models often have more bells and whistles, but they don't have a ton of quality or longevity.

  • It is marketing.

    Yes, companies rely on flashy products to keep them afloat, but this is necessary. A company cannot only sell products that are good for humanity. They need to sell products that people want to buy. If a product has flashy qualities, it might be more attractive to people and earn the company profit.

  • Companies rely on what consumer buy

    One of the largest industries in the United States is the entertainment industry. It has been a powerful and influential industry since it began. However, it is not providing anything essential to anyone's life. It is mostly just flash and fluff. Companies have to be in the business of what sells to succeed. If that is flashy products, so be it.


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