Posted on 11/28/2020 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Dave Chesson has great news about editorial reviews — they’re easy to obtain and powerful when used correctly.
That last part, of course, is key.
Unlike regular Amazon reviews, you can ask anyone to provide an editorial review, though as you’ll learn in Chesson's post about using them, you’ll have to attribute them in a way that means something to a reader — so your friend’s name is less important than his or her status as a bestselling author or the editor of a particular book site, for instance.
Chesson goes further into where to find these reviews, how many to seek, how to format them for maximum impact, and more in a post on his Kindlepreneur blog.
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