- Noname, TOP 50 REVIEWER on amazon.com
“Thank you, thank you, thank you, Theo! I hope everyone who plans to request reviews from me will read this”
- E.A. Lovitt, HALL OF FAME REVIEWER and TOP 100 REVIEWER on amazon.com
"That this review even exists is proof it works!"
- Andy in Washington, TOP 1000 REVIEWER on amazon.com
“an essential guide”
-prisrob, TOP 50 REVIEWER on amazon.com and on amazon.co.uk
“he clearly understands human nature and the amazon reviewer landscape”
- C. MacPhail, TOP 50 REVIEWER on amazon.com
“Want me to review your book? Read this first”
- Rahul Badami, #6 ranked reviewer on amazon.in
-Dr. Johnson C. Philip, #2 ranked reviewer on amazon.in
All rankings current June 4th 2014.
How To Get Good Reviews on Amazon is a simple, no-nonsense guide that teaches exactly what it says it does. Written by an experienced Amazon reviewer, this book is grounded in both psychological science and thousands of hours of conversation with some of Amazon's top reviewers. It takes you behind the scenes into the reviewing subculture that’s grown up on Amazon’s website, and gives you a deep, insider's knowledge of how the top reviewers think and operate. It not only walks you through exactly what to say and do: it takes you inside the reviewers’ heads so you can see for yourself why this is the approach that works.
• A simple, four-part formula for writing emails that get your work reviewed.
• Three things never to say to reviewers!
• How to pick reviewers who are more likely to give you a good review.
• How to reduce the chance that a reviewer you contact will give your work a bad review.
• How people get caught out when receiving reviews from friends and family.
This book is not just about how to get good reviews: it’s also about how to avoid the bad ones. It will teach you which parts of the “Amazon Jungle” are virtual minefields, and how to avoid some of the costly mistakes that have rendered many sellers “persona non grata” among the entire reviewing community.
How to Get Good Reviews on Amazon teaches an honest, straightforward approach that works. It works because it’s not based on tricks or gimmicks but on a real understanding of how Amazon reviewers operate: most of all what they expect from authors and other sellers.
If you want to know how to talk to Amazon reviewers in a way that will lead them to respect you as a professional and see you as the kind of seller they actually want to help, this is the book for you!