the road ahead

Blogger Review Program: What We’ve Learned
March 16, 2009, 8:01 am
Filed under: business, ministry, Uncategorized


Two months ago, we launched our Blogger Review Program and had a far greater response that we expected. Most days we have at least one person join the program but average about three or four new participates. We have offered 10 different books, switching them every couple of weeks depending on how many people request each book. And within two weeks, we had people writing reviews and asking for more books.

While all of this is great and we appreciate the participation, what we like best about the program is how it allows us to join in on the conversations in the blog world. Most of the reviews are very positive, but others give us great feedback on how to make our products even better. We have enjoyed reading every single review. (Yes, you heard me correctly — every single one of them.)

Outside of just learning more about our products are viewed and used, we have enjoyed engaging with potential customers. Many of the bloggers haven’t ordered from NavPress prior to joining our program. This is very exciting for us because we get a chance to extend the reach of our brand with new customers.

Here are reviews from a few of our most recent bloggers:

Figtreevine reviewed Money, Purpose, Joy by Matt Bell

Novelized reviewed Refractions by Makoto Fujimura

In Rebas World reviewed Coffeehouse Theology by Ed Cyzewski

DeWeese Details reviewed The Summer the Wind Whispered My Name by Don Locke

Reformed Christian UK reviewed How Can a Good God Let Bad Things Happen? by Mark Tabb

Going forward, we will keep updating the books available and are always interested in hearing what books you would like to review. Because they get updated frequently, check back occasionally to see if anything peeks your interest. Also, if you have any questions or want to join the program, you can always email us at!


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I think this is a great program. Keep it up!

Comment by Misha

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