KINDLEBOOK REVIEW: Why it pays to get reviewed
Do you believe that book reviews are critical for sales? You're not alone. Reviews are up there with having great writing and good cover designs.
If you can get great reviews, you'll make sales and improve your Amazon Sales Ranking.
Do you also think about writing reviews for books you like? – hey, if someone writes nice reviews for you, why don't you do it for the authors you like?
If you answered YES to any of the above, then this is the site for you.
There's no better way to generate buzz and create credibility for your books than to get good reviews. And the negative reviews will probably do you no harm either. So how do you go about getting those reviews, and what should you pay?
As many indie authors know, getting people to read and review your books is no easy task. There are reviewers out there, but their reading lists are so large that it often takes months to look at your book. And after the long wait, there is no guarantee that they will publish a review. The result is a lot of anxiety and disappointment.
Is it worth paying for reviews?
This depends on what you are aiming for, and how much time you have. Not paying for reviews is a time consuming and often thankless pursuit- but it could be for you. The alternative is to pay to get your book reviewed by organizations such as Kirkus - but at a big price ($400-$800 is not unusual). Even then, it does not get you the volume of reviews on Amazon you need to influence sales.
That's why we created KindleBookReview, a site that allows you to get the reviews you need at a very afforable price. Our services ensure your book goes straight to the top of the review pile guaranteeing at least 5 reviews on the Amazon website.
By establishing an enthusiastic group of reviewers, and a growing network of authors willing to review each others books, we have created the ideal environment to deliver what you want: lots of reviews at low prices.