--By Sagar Satapathy
Greetings! Welcome to the sixth edition of the Carnival of Customer Service. We are glad to get such a huge response to this carnival. This time around, we have listed 20 posts that made the cut. Without further ado, here are the posts in the order they were received:
Ed the Editor presents The Pisstakers funny web and tech blog posted at The Pisstakers Writers funny web and tech blog. Comcast offer insanely fast Internet, high definition cable TV and a digital phone service for $99/month in year one/$130 per month. thereafter. With such high tech services you would think they could do their investors a favor and employ courteous sales staff and helpful techs to maximize the returns on investment.
Ybother presents Top Ten Causes of Anger at Work posted at TodaysTen.com: Daily Top Ten List to jumpstart your knowledge. As a Manager, we have the responsibility to manage emotions in the workplace. Anger at the workplace can cause unpleasant and uncomfortable emotions to many. Here we present the Top Ten causes of anger in the workplace.
Stephanie Bryant presents Mortaine’s Blog » My exchange with Hertz posted at Mortaine's Blog. A personal experience with bad customer service, and a good example of why companies should re-think how they treat their customers, considering the power of the Blog.
Teresa Boardman presents Customer Service? posted at St. Paul Real Estate. An electronic operator that understands voice commands will ask callers for the last four digits of their social security number, the spelling of their mothers maiden name, and the middle three digits of their drivers license number or state I.D.
Jody DeVere presents The 51% Minority: Women's Buying Power posted at Ask Patty - Automotive Advice for Women. Women purchase more than 51% of all new cars and influence the purchase decision of 85% of all new cars sold in the U.S., yet shopping for a new car still remains a unpleasant experience for many women.