20 March 2013

Why your Amazon review matters (a lot)


Wow. I'm still shaking the launch day glitter out of my hair. The unicorn stampede continues and it's AWESOME.

You've already helped so much, but I need to ask you for another favor. According to our publisher, Amazon reviews are one of the most important “boosts” for a successful book launch.

Your opinion means so much more to a potential reader than anything Christine or I could say. (I know I rely on the reviews when deciding whether to buy something at Amazon.)

What’s more, Amazon takes ratings and reviews into account when promoting the book. More reviews (ideally, 30+) means our book will become more visible across the site. And that has a cascade affect as other booksellers and publications take notice.

Help us launch! Will you please take a moment to review Minimalist Parenting?

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