Welcome to this episode of the Real Fast Results podcast! Jason Ladd is today’s special guest. Jason is currently collaborating with about 20 other authors in an anthology called Write and Grow Rich. If one of your dreams is to use your writing ability to achieve this sort of success, then you’ll definitely want to pick up a copy of that book. You can find out more by visiting RealFastResults.com/wagr. You’ll also find out how to get some great bonuses when you visit the site. Jason is also an expert at getting book reviews on Amazon, which is one of the most important aspects of writing and publishing. This is particularly true when it comes to getting Amazon reviews and reviews that continue to help your book sell now and in the future. Jason is here to discuss this topic today. Please welcome him to the show…Big Promise: How to Get More Book Reviews on Amazon First, it’s a pleasure to be here. Thank you for having me. The big, fat promise for today is if you’re an author, you’re going to learn how to solve one of the biggest pieces of the promotional/marketing puzzle that you need to solve in order to get social proof for your Download the Complete PDF Show Notes Free for this Episode There are many reasons why this is very important, but the first reason I have is the most personal and, maybe, psychological. If you think about someone that just happens to stumble on your book that’s on Amazon. What are they going to see first? The first thing they are going to notice will probably be the cover. Their eyes are going to be drawn to it, so you’ve got to have a great cover. The next thing they are going to look at is the title, or the main title. They are going to read that and think, “Is it good? Is it interesting?” The next thing might be the subtitle, but the second or third thing that they are going to look at is that little star and that little number, or maybe the big number that’s next to that star, that tells a person what’s going on with the book. They are going to look to see, “Does this book have 5,000 reviews?” Then, they are going to know that this is an offer that has been around a long time, or this is a celebrity… There’s a lot of, uh, promotion going on with this. Or, maybe they're going to see a couple of hundred and think, “Wow. This book is legit. This is someone that has a fanbase, and it’s a 4 ½ star.” Download the Complete PDF Show Notes Free for this Episode Learn
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