Buying Reviews: The Shortcut That Isn’t

A brilliant example of doing things right. This is a must read.

Allison Maruska

You know, I’ve rambled quite a bit on this blog lately, so maybe it’s a good time to step aside and let someoneelse have a turn.

Today’s guest post comes courtesy of Dan Alatorre, and it’s a little different. It came from another blog that I reblogged, and now Dan talks about it on my blog. Blogception. Or something.

Anyway, enjoy Dan’s post, and I’ll see you at the bottom.

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Dan's picI recently read that Amazon is suing a bunch of Fiverr companies that sold fake reviews. There have been a few blog posts about it, too, like this one by Fran Guenette.

I can totally see somebody trying to short cut the process of hard work by using review swaps and other things to get them where they want to go. While I don’t know how I’d go about buying reviews, I’m sure everything’s for sale on Fiverr…

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