Ever wonder why some of the reviews on your book’s Amazon sales page are removed by Amazon?
It could be because of the way you saved and shared your Amazon sales page link.
There’s a right way and a wrong way to do it. When you do it the wrong way, you’re signaling to Amazon that you shared the link with lots of people.
When you do it the right way, Amazon doesn’t know that book buyers and reviewers got the link to your book’s sales page from you rather than on their own.
So how do you do it the right way?
It’s easy. Watch this short, two-and-a half-minute video to find out how.
Did I get this information directly from Amazon?
But it’s been widely promoted on the Internet by authors and others. And it makes sense, so I feel comfortable sharing it.
And really, it can’t hurt — it can only help.
Saving your Amazon sales page link with the Associates program
There’s another way to share your link, although it’s comes with restrictions. You can enroll in Amazon’s Associates (affiliate) program so you make a few extra pennies every time someone buys your book with the Associates program link you provide. If you do that, though, note that Amazon doesn’t allow you to send Associates/affiliate links in emails or include them in e-books. You can use them on your website and blog, but that’s it.
Why? Because it’s Amazon.
Learn more about the Amazon Associates program and how to use it on the Amazon website.
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