The Importance of Amazon Customer Reviews

A great way to help give your book credibility is to gather Amazon Customer Reviews on your product page. Potential customers have a higher chance of becoming actual customers if they can read from other non-bias readers what they thought of your book.

If a customer purchases the book through Amazon, they will be able to add a customer review through their list of previous orders. But what if they purchased the book from somewhere else? They can still leave a review. Here are the step by step instructions.

Leave an Amazon Customer Review for a Book Purchased from Somewhere Else

  1. Go to the book’s product page on Amazon
  2. Scroll down until they see “Customer Reviews.” Scroll to where it says “Review this Product” and click on the button that says “Write a customer review.”
    Note: You must have an Amazon account and be signed in to leave a review.
  3. Fill out the “Create Review” page

Some Things to Note

Minimum Amazon Purchases

Amazon does have an Eligibility clause that a user must have spent a minimum of $50 on Amazon.com using a valid credit card or debit cart within the past 12 months.

Friends and Family

Amazon does not allow people living in the same household or close friends to leave a review. Click here for a complete list of other reviews that won’t be allowed. 

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