I know - I know... Amazon has a few things they need to fix in the listing, and I didn't want to announce it before the fixes... But, oh well. You just did...Originally Posted by Vrindavan
Thanks, Eric. It took us 47 days to get up there... Not too bad. 6+ weeks to get a book up to Amazon and B&N is usual.Originally Posted by FairFieldGetaway-EricEwe
Mr Coley & missdonna, thanks a million for your first two reviews. They are looking gorgeous here. They really are...
Thanks again, and if more people could post their reviews, I would sincerely appreciate it.
I just wanted to congratulate you publicly on this achievement. Way to go, mate!
"All my life I've had one dream, to achieve my many goals." - H. Simpson
"A Practical Guide to Affiliate Marketing" is now also being sold at Amazon.com.
There are still a few minor things to be changed in the product description and appearance, but the listing is already live and "in stock" with Amazon (we've actually shipped them a few cartons and they now stock quite a feq copies in-house), shipping within 24 hours with "gift-wrap available" too.
The listing is already there, but there are still no customer reviews:
I would therefore highly appreciate those of you that have read the book leaving your reviews at Amazon.
Many thanks in advance, everyone!
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WTG, Geno! There's a review there now.
Thanks, Judi. Don't see one yet, but I guess, it'll take time to appear...Originally Posted by jmoore61103
Thanks, and looking forward to more.
They probably have to review it first or something. Hopefully that won't take too long.
Thanks again, Judi. Much appreciated (I am presupposing it's good ) ...and looking forward to other people's reviews.
Thanks in advance.
I went back to look and read the fine print. It says reviews will be posted in 5-7 business days. I do see the tags I put on it, so at least I know that I remembered to hit the save button. And yes, it was a good review.
I would think if a product is good enough we shouldnt have to beg for reviews?
Is anyone begging?Originally Posted by flamingoworld
I am asking those that have read it to leave their honest reviews.
Thanks, Judi.Originally Posted by jmoore61103
I see someone else's review has posted. It's good to see a new name...
"If you'd like to know when your review will be posted-- In general, reviews are posted on our site within one day, but occasionally it takes longer."
Last edited by Rexanne; May 16th, 2007 at 12:51 PM. Reason: adding Amazon info
Thank you, Rexanne.
My pleasure :-)
Like I said, you shouldn't have to tell people to review your stuff. If it is good, they will do it because they want to. If it were me, it would take any meaning out of the reviews had I asked for them.
We could argue about this back and forth forever, Connie. Experience shows that you could ask for something for however long you want, but unless you deserve it - you don't get it. There is a component of voluntary action in leaving a review. It is a two-fold component: (i) you decide whether to leave one or not, and (ii) if you choose to post one, you still decide what exactly you're going to say and how many "stars", "trophies" "lamp-bulbs" (or whatever else) to attach to it.
Check you PM. I want you to have this book. And I would be privileged (no sarcasm here; I have thought about this for quite some time before posting it) to have you leave your honest review of it too.
As always, thank you for your feedback.
I left a review because I felt it was well deserved. Without Geno's post here, I wouldn't have had any idea that it was now available on B&N to review. I honestly think this is a book that every affiliate manager should read. That's why I have a link to it in my signature, too. I think it's important that affiliate managers be better educated on what things work and don't work.
Thanks for the offer Geno, but pretty much everything that is in the book I probably already have read here at ABW. I tend to read more marketing books, love Seth Godin's books.