Previously I wrote a post about how to become an Amazon Product Reviewer. It can help you save money on products you were already going to buy for simply giving feedback after using the product. This also can help small businesses and help your travel (or whatever) fund.
You may have seen the hub-ub on the internet about Amazon "banning" reviews in exchange for free items. So.. this has caused a huge amount of chaos and questions in the internet world since Amazon changed their terms for writing reviews. I believe that went into effect just two days ago, October 3, 2016.
I'm including below a relevant excerpt from the review guidelines as well as how some of the review companies I have worked with in the past are responding/handling this change. It remains to be seen the longterm impact. Still, I hope it will improve review quality. Filter out less helpful reviews. And allow people to leave a review when they truly have a solid opinion rather than within a certain length of time. Vamos a ver!
What do you think about the changes? Will it affect you at all? How are other Amazon Review companies you know of responding? Feel free to leave a comment; I'm curious!
Excerpt of Amazon Guidelines For Product Reviews
How Companies Are Handling This Change:
Here's how Tomoson, I Love To Review, Giveaway Service, Dollar Deal Reviews, Amazing Deal Group, Amazon Review Trader, Snagshout, and Elite Deal Club are handling the change in Amazon's review terms.
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