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Daneman admits the Vine program has kindled jealousy in reviewers who aren t part of it, who will sometimes ding a review just because a Vine Voice, as members are called, wrote it. Daneman insists that just because she gets products for free doesn t mean that she ll give them glowing reviews, and that there is no obligation to do so from Amazon or the companies who supply the products.
Daneman s fast-paced review-writing habit started in the early 2000s. She was living in Germany at the time and fell in love with Amazon because it was the easiest way for her to get her hands on English books. Daneman is a voracious reader — whipping through 30 or 40 books a month — and since shipping costs so much, she d carefully pick through reviews before ordering a book.
She always found community reviews to be the most helpful, so she started writing some of her own as a way to give back. Her fun, frequent, and thorough reviews attracted a following, and when she came back to the states, she actually had several people come visit her. She s still friends with several other reviewers.
Daneman kept her habit going because she loves to write, but doesn t like to journal. She works as a financial advisor at Edward Jones and doesn t write for her job, so she keeps her skills sharp through Amazon. Before Edward Jones, she was a product manager at HP.
Amazon created a community, Daneman says. Wherever else you might buy things online, you re not talking to anybody. On Amazon, you re yakking away to a bunch of people.
Disclosure: Jeff Bezos is an investor in Business Insider through his personal investment company Bezos Expeditions.
The post How This Woman Became The Top Reviewer On Amazon And Started Getting Tons Of Free Stuff appeared first on Business Insider.
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