Use Amazon Negative Reviews to your advantage
When you’re researching a new book topic, it is important to understand your competition. The Kindle marketplace continues to get crowded with “books” of varying quality. If you’re a self-published author on the Kindle platform, then I’m sure you’ve heard all about the Kindle “gold rush” as people looking for a quick buck crank out poorly written prose. You can quickly tell if a book is a dud by looking at the Amazon reviews.
Even if the book is a legitimate one, you can glean a lot from other author’s book reviews. You can learn how to improve your own book by reading the negative Amazon reviews found in your Best Selling category or niche. With the Critical Review Finder, you can quickly identify the Amazon negative reviews for a given keyword or book category.
Step 1: Search by Keyword or Best Seller Category
With Critical Review Finder, you can search by keyword or paste the Amazon Bestseller URL into the search box. The tool will find the top 20 books that match the search criteria.
Step 2: Select the books for analysis
In an Amazon Best Seller category, you’ll find a variety of books that relate to a given category. Even if you perform a keyword search, you’ll find a lot of books that are relevant but may not perfectly relate to your own book topic. With Critical Review Finder, you can select the books that match your topic and the tool will return all the negative Amazon reviews.
Step 3: Review the negative reviews
Within seconds, you’ll receive all the negative reviews (3 stars or less) that can be used to improve your book.
The benefit of the tool is the ability to quickly identify all the negative reviews so you can plan your own book better. You can always do this on Amazon by searching through every book, but the Critical Review Finder will make your analysis much faster.