New HeadsetHouse "Therapist" Answers Online Shoppers' Questions
19 March 2007 -- Dr. Wendy Kopfschmerzen has joined HeadsetHouse.com, the online headset venue of telecom supplier AbleComm, Inc., to provide advice and answer questions from prospective purchasers.
According to company president Michael N. Marcus, “while telephone headset use is growing, most people – even those who spend many hours on the phone – don’t use headsets, and miss the benefits of comfort and efficiency. Part of the problem is the overwhelming choice of products. There are literally hundreds of telephone headsets available, and we want it to be easier for people to pick the right product.”
Marcus continued, “We are extremely pleased to be able to offer to the public, the experience and knowledge of Dr. Kopfschmerzen, who has degrees in acoustics, audiology and anatomy, and has used headsets herself for many years. We have given Dr. Kopfschmerzen the title, Headset Therapist, to imply knowledge, understanding and patience.”
Before joining HeadsetHouse, Dr. Kopfschmerzen worked as an engineer for TransducerLogik GmbH in Germany; Audiktia, a Danish maker of hearing aids; and for Hegeman Laboratories, a speaker manufacturer based in New Jersey. She maintains dual US-German citizenship, and was educated in both countries.
Dr. Kopfschmerzen answers email, and both emails and general advice are published on the HeadsetHouse.com website for everyone’s benefit.
500th "Patient" Wins Free Headset from Online "Therapist"
Milford, CT, April 07, 2007 -- On March 1, HeadsetHouse.com began offering online advice about telephone headsets; and the 500th person to seek advice has been awarded a free Plantronics CS55H wireless headset system, worth $280.
The winner is Miranda Wright of Enid, Oklahoma. Ms. Wright is a freelance illustrator who works for book publishers and advertising agencies; and a work-at-home mother of three. She sent an Email to HeadsetHouse.com about buying a wireless headset, and ironically she got one for free.
Questions about headset purchasing and use are answered by “headset therapist” Dr. Wendy Kopfschmerzen, who has degrees in acoustics, audiology and anatomy. In late February, Dr. Kophschmerzen joined HeadsetHouse.com after working as an engineer for TransducerLogik GmbH in Germany and Audiktia, a Danish maker of hearing aids.
When notified of her good luck, Ms. Wright said, “This is amazing. I’ve been entering contests and buying lottery tickets for years, but until now the most I’ve ever won was extra cheese on a pizza. This time I didn’t buy a ticket or send in a coupon. In fact, I didn’t even know there was a contest; and now I’m getting a headset that is better than the one I was planning to buy. It will make it a lot easier for me to handle business calls at home, while watching my kids or doing household chores, or working at my computer.”