BY JUDITH BRILES ON MARCH 21, 2019
By Judith Briles
Amazon: Love it … or hate it … but, you gotta deal with it.
“Why are my reviews being removed?” is an ongoing question that authors ask. There isn’t a live program that I do that it doesn’t surface.
Scratching our heads, few of us can figure out what makes the Amazon robots push the yank button, while others stay.
Book reviews, and lots of them, can make or break the success of a book. When it comes to Amazon and its policies—what we do know, at least in March, is that:
- Authors need reviews on their books. Lots of them.
Once, there are 25, the robots warm up. More than 50, expect to see cross promotion: book covers pop up on “like” books … “Customers who bought this item also bought …” meaning that your book cover gets displayed on other author pages.
As your reviews build up (think more than 75), Amazon does email blast, suggesting your book cover with the live link to viewers of the site that have shown an “interest” in your category with their searches. How cool is that?
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