Please read this if you read and review on Amazon.
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IMPORTANT: IF YOU REVIEW BOOKS ON AMAZON
Amazon appears to use your social media connections to detect “relationships” with other reviewers or sellers that might indicate manipulation of reviews. Unfortunately, this system is imperfect, and often flags innocent accounts and prevents them from writing any reviews for particular sellers/products. When this happens, you will get a message that you are blocked from writing a review because you have a relationship with a seller.
Go, RIGHT NOW, and double-check your Amazon account to make sure they’re not linked.
1. Go to https://www.amazon.com/gp/socialmedia/settings.
If either Facebook or Twitter is connected, click “Disconnect from Amazon”.
2. Now check periodically to make sure they stay disconnected! These accounts have a funny way of relinking themselves (for example, Amazon reveals that they can be linked “when you participate in certain promotions”) without you realizing…
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I knew there was a good reason for my minimalist approach! Thanks, 🙂
Thanks, Lucinda…….had heard this before, but, as you say, it never hurts to recheck these things from time to time……..have reblogged and shared.
Since I believe the Big A have bought Goodreads I wonder if it’s wise to unlink them as well?
Thanks for reblogging.
Only too happy go get all our blogs out there 🙂
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