I had this cool idea after Chantelle Atkins, a fellow author, was reminding her readers and the world Amazon does not link up the reviews across country. This means a review at Amazon US will not be seen by a person on Amazon UK.
I thought well they are the parent company to Goodreads so why not streamline the whole review process for the book section only through Goodreads. How hard would that be? I mean granted there would need to be office meetings and Goodreads and Amazon would have to strike a deal together on how it would work.
Other than that…? Not seeing a whole lot which would be bad or complex. I also know parent companies make money off their little companies under them though they do not usually make their choices for them about business. A few parent companies might have more involvement but others might have less. Still, Amazon is making money off of Goodreads so to promote it you would think would be in Amazon’s favor. You would think, right?
Well, me being me sent them an email. I got the worst email back I’ve gotten from any company. It only stated the facts which I already knew, something about a highlight review (this part didn’t even really make sense) and how Goodreads is separate so they don’t share data with Amazon. Ok, so? I thought the least they could do was review the idea and send it to someone who might be higher on the food chain. I guess not.
Thinking companies should want more ideas and less upset sad customer service
Terra Ann Spencer