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That's right, 200 reviews every month. I publish under a different pen name, and I've gotten over 1,000 reviews, most of them in the last three months since implementing the very strategies laid out in this audiobook. Getting more reviews, even getting tons of reviews, isn't as difficult as you might think.
More reviews, more sales, more Respect.
So you're an author. You've published a book or some books, but the problem is that your book has 4 reviews, and it's going up against books that have over 100. It's kind of hard for book browsers to take your book seriously, and often they don't, assuming that it's just self-published slop written by no one of importance.
Get reviews, start competing.Most authors think that getting reviews is really difficult. One author on the subject says you should only expect 3 reviews for every 1,000 downloads. What??!! That's pitiful! My audiobook Kill Your Blog already has 26 genuine reviews (none below 4-stars), and I haven't even had 1,000 downloads yet! Another book of mine has 252 (only 1, 1-star review), and it hasn't reached 1,000 downloads yet either.
It's not that hard people!
It's not that hard to get lots of gleaming reviews if you do half of the simple things in this audiobook, much less all of them. Start getting reviews today, start getting more sales, and start getting more respect as a professional author looking to stand out from the crowd.
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By Andy Anderson, Writer on 08-15-14
Reviewperstar, the Book Writers Should Have
What did you love best about Reviewperstar?
Matt Stone narrates this book so well, I'm thinking he is the real author.
I think the advice regarding the over-rated value of reviews rings true. I love the candor. I also feel his tips for building a following is terrific.
I thought so highly of the book that after listening to it, I bought the Kindle version.
What other book might you compare Reviewperstar to and why?
I don't think there are any comparable audio books.
What does Matt Stone bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Passion! He stress, by his tone and style, points that I might otherwise not have taken to heart.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, but I couldn't because I have a day job.
Any additional comments?
Every writer, at least every new writer, will want to stock Reviewperstar in the audio library on Kindle and on the iPhonenand iPad, for it is not merely educational, or inspiring, it is sometimes hilarious, even if the humor is a bit over the top and moronic.
Sort of reminds me of Good Morning Vietnam.