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characters How to Get Good Reviews on Amazon é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¿ How To Get Good Reviews On is a simple no nonsense guide that teaches exactly what it says it does Based on both psychological science and thousands of hours of conversation with some of ’s top reviewers it takes you behind? heads so that you can see for yourself both how these techniues work and why they’re so effective Lessons include• A simple four part formula for writing emails that get your work reviewed• Three things never to say when communicating with reviewers• How to pick reviewers who are 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. Definitely excellent tipsAs an author I found this book super helpful Hopefully it's tips will help me navigate the Jungle Definitely worth a read

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Reviews from friends and family This book teaches an honest straightforward approach that works It works because it’s not based on gimmicks or tricks but on a real understanding of how reviewers operate most of all on what they expect from authors and other sellers If you want to know how to talk to an reviewer in a way that will make them respect you as a professional and see you as the kind of seller they actually want to help this is the book for y. I was asked by the author very professionally by the way to read and give this book a review if I wished to do so Needless to say I'm glad I did because as the author stated I discovered the reviewer's eye viewI was pleased to learn that I have already done a couple of his points with regard to being a smart author when it came to receiving reviews good or bad as well as not using any shills But I still learned from the first email why he couldn't reciprocate in giving me a review because after reading this book it all made perfect senseIt's to the point and matter of fact no little pats on the head to make you feel better and that's what I loved about this book because uite frankly we as either independent authors and sellers need to understand what it means for a reviewer to leave a review Just as I am right nowHonesty is the best policy and I would highly suggest you purchase this book because I picked up a ton of great points and actually put them to the testthey workSo thank you Theo this is one to hold ontofor future reference

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How to Get Good Reviews on AmazonHow To Get Good Reviews On is a simple no nonsense guide that teaches exactly what it says it does Based on both psychological science and thousands of hours of conversation with some of ’s top reviewers it takes you behind the scenes into the reviewing subculture that has grown up on ’s website It gives you a deep insider's knowledge of how the top reviewers think and operate It not only shows you what to do it also takes you inside the reviewers?. Most authors are a little nuts about their reviews We read them slaver over them believe them both the bad ones and the good ones all at the same time and desperately covet them We can go from perfectly normal nice sane people to crazy narcissistic manipulative whackos Mostly this is because we simply don't understand how the system of reviews is supposed to workRogers does a nice job of demystifying that system in this uick read He reminds authors first and foremost that seeking reviews is about marketing and as such needs to be treated with the appropriate amount of professionalism versus rabid desperation That's an obvious point but one that a lot of authors need to be reminded of from time to timeBeyond that Rogers offers common sense guidelines for uerying reviewers and responding to reviews good and bad in generalFor me the most interesting and useful aspect of the book was his explanation of an Internet subculture I didn't even realize existed that of the serious amateur reviewers Although I review regularly myself I had no idea how 's reviewer ranking system worked or that many top reviewers were chummy in forums What I learned in this section was as interesting to me as a reviewer as it was to me as a writer hoping to be favorably reviewed Most of what Rogers has written here is basic common sense that most of us should be able to figure out on our own But considering how emotional authors can often be about their reviews and the related fact that common sense often goes flying out the window I would highly recommend that authors spend an hour or two reviewing this very solid info