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As a product reviewer, what do you need to know about Keyword Searches, Wishlisting, and other Seller Requests?
Where does all of this fit into Amazon’s TOS (Terms of Service)?
Even if you have been following this discussion in any of my usual hangouts, I hope you take a few minutes to read my new article Keyword Searches, Wishlisting, and other Seller Requests.
I have a few more additional thoughts on the subject, imagine that! As always, feedback is welcome, both positive and constructive.
For those of you who have wondered if it is okay to do this, I hope I have given you enough information so that you can make your own decision. Of course, I hope you agree with my thoughts on this but there are those who still disagree. I am always willing to discuss this further. If you have questions or comments, please leave them on the page in a Reply. Thanks!
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As always, thanks for coming by! I hope you take something away with you from the article this week so that you can make your own informed decision regarding Seller Requests that are required for you to complete as part of your review process. I wish I had all of the answers for you, but hopefully, this will bring you one step closer to the goal of keeping your Review Account TOS Compliant, safe from the data warehouse algorithms and out of the spotlight of the seemingly arbitrary Amazon “analyst.”