__/ On Saturday 27 August 2005 15:54, [davidof] wrote : \__
> JS wrote:
>> One thing I would say is that if the book is good, it needs some reviews
>> that do it justice on Amazon.co.uk. The following aren't very inspiring
> Well if you like it, or even if you think it sucks, please feel free to
> post a review on Amazon.
>> | Aaron Wall, author of the SEO Book
>> | A good book for learning what the jargon means
>> | SearchGuild.com Administrator
>> | The ABC of SEO is good, well balanced stuff
> Amazon only quote up to 20 words from public reviews due to copyright
> Here are some longer reviews:
> I don't have any connection with these people so they are pretty
> independent, other than some of them have Amazon associate accounts.
Reviews that are open to any troll (with or without a site account
instantiated) is one thing that I definitely dislike. If the reviewer has
no professional affiliation and too much freedom to post, this can be
Amazon is one such example, the Alexa site reviews (along with others I have
seen) is another (see e.g. http://tinyurl.com/999m9). I had some people
leave one-word reviews with a 1/5 in my MATLAB downloads pages, which are
managed remotely. I think the administrators are now trying to cull off the
tr(oll)iviews (an attempt at making up that word).