How to Get Good Reviews on Amazon: A Guide for Independent Authors & Sellers, by Theo Rogers
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74 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 116 reviews
Do you want to sell more books on Amazon? Or to sell more of anything else? Then listen to what some of Amazon’s top reviewers have had to say about this book!
“My only question to the author is who are you and how do you know us so well?”
-Noname, TOP 50 REVIEWER on amazon.com
“This is a fun, easy read... From experience, I can confirm that the author indeed knows what he is talking about”
-Bassocantor, TOP 500 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
“Here's where Theo's entertaining guide comes in. Like any universe, the Amazon reviewer universe operates by certain rules, written and non-written. His clear and engaging guide to these rules will show you how to make the most effective use of your time and resources”
-L.M. Keefer, TOP 50 REVIEWER on amazon.com
“he clearly understands human nature and the amazon reviewer landscape”
- C. MacPhail, TOP 50 REVIEWER on amazon.com
“an essential guide”
-prisrob, TOP 50 REVIEWER on amazon.com and TOP 500 reviewer on amazon.co.uk
“It is a complex world and Theo has managed to take that complexity and boil it down in to simple plain speaking and with the research and contacts to back it up.”
-Nick Brett, TOP 500 REVIEWER on amazon.co.uk
“If you have a book to sell, four bucks is a small amount to invest in this kind of solid insider information”
-NyiNya, TOP 500 REVIEWER on amazon.com
“Want me to review your book? Read this first”
- Rahul Badami, TOP 50 REVIEWER on amazon.in
-Shastri JC Philip, #2 ranked reviewer on amazon.in
All rankings current November 29th 2014.
Written by an experienced Amazon reviewer, this book takes you behind the scenes and into the reviewer subculture that’s grown up on this website. Grounded in both psychological science and thousands of hours of conversation with some of the top reviewers Amazon, it 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 the approach given here is the one that works. Perhaps most important of all, it tells you what never to say or do!
• 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 you a bad review.
• How people get caught out when receiving reviews from friends and family.
This book is the complete insider’s guide to getting the kind of reviews that sell: that help authors to sell more books, and all other sellers to sell more of their products too!
But it’s not just about how to get good reviews – it’s also about how to avoid and deal with 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.
Want to know the real rules of the Amazon Jungle so you can finally sell more on this site?
Then get the book that more Amazon top reviewers recommend!
Meet the Author
Theo Rogers combines years of coalface experience on Amazon's website with formal training and qualifications in a range of business and behavioral science disciplines. He's spent literally thousands of hours talking with Amazon reviewers, getting inside their heads, and learning what makes them tick. He's spent almost as many hours observing the carnage that so often takes place on Amazon's forums. In the process he's developed a deep insider's knowledge of the reviewing subculture that's grown up on Amazon's website.
He's also seen a lot of authors and other would-be sellers make the same mistakes in their dealings with that subculture - over and over again.
As a result of his experiences, Theo has come to believe that yes, there is a simple formula that works: a way of dealing with reviewers that's honest, powerful, and extremely effective at winning reviewers over, getting them on your side, and making them actually want to help you.