We (that’s my husba… er… technician) have already moved most of our domains to a new host, after the huge crash last week. Hopefully, we will have the last ones – the most important ones – moved tomorrow.
So far, everything has gone smoothly
How about you? How’s your weekend going?
In a few minutes (and after kitchen chores) I’m going to relax over a good game of WoW. But before that, I have a product I want to tell you about.
When Temper laid out his method for us, and told us he got books ranking as #1 for generic keywords on Amazon, we couldn’t hear anything in the Skype room for several minutes because of all the BS alarms that went off.
We didn’t believe him.
I got a review copy of his Kindle Bestseller Fastlane, and the method is so simple that it absolutely couldn’t work.
If you’ve heard from smart marketers, how they get a ton of reviews (mostly positive) then make sure that if you’re using their plans you’re not conflicting with Amazon’s guidelines about reviews.
I’m especially thinking of this one:
Reviews written for any form of compensation other than a free copy of the product.
In other words, if you write to your mailing list and ask them to do a review of your new ($0.99) Kindle book and ask them to send you a screenshot of the review and then give them a reward for it, you’re breaking Amazon’s rules, and you are at risk of having your account banned.