Best Customer Service Books of the Year

Once again "Customer Service Newsletter" has selected the best customer service books of the year. And provides excerpts at the publication website.
Feb. 14, 2011 - PRLog -- The number and quality of customer service books published in 2010 did not disappoint. In fact, it was another year in which well-known authors tackled new subject matter and new authors appeared on the customer service scene.

"Customer Service Newsletter" editor Bill Keenan has selected four of his favorite titles as the Best of 2010.

These books cover everything from high-level strategic planning to tactical issues such as teaming with marketing to gain a customer service advantage, and keeping morale high in tough times.

Highlights and key lessons from each book appear in the February issue of "Customer Service Newsletter" and excerpts appear at the Customer Service Group website at

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