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How is this any different than doing a product giveaway, a seller is still solicitation reviews correct? Do people still use friends and family? Can amazon track this?

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So I’ve read that it’s against amazons review policy to use friends and family. How is this any different than doing a product giveaway, a seller is still solicitation reviews correct? Do people still use friends and family? Can amazon track this?

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Amazon can definitely track it….I had my girlfriend order a product to write a review…Amazon emails her and says she can’t post it because she has affiliation with me. Keep in mind I have never bought her anything from Amazon or vice versa. Weird.

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I’ve been recommending that all sellers, especially new sellers, read Cynthia Stine’s book, which contains great insights into Amazon’s hidden workings and how sellers are rated. I wish I had read it before we started selling our first product.

http://www.amazon.com/Suspens…/dp/0996721509/ref=sr_1_1…

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You asked “How is this any different than doing a product giveaway…” It’s different because providing a reviewer with a free or discounted product prior to them submitting an unbiased review is explicitly allowed in the TOS.

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I see review sites beginning to do more harm than good.

Who would want to buy a product, loaded with reviews that state “I received this product for a discount in exchange for an honest review”. Takes away credibility of what you’re selling in my opinion

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