Reviewing on Goodreads and on the Blog: is There Any Difference?

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Hello everyone! ♥

Welcome back to another discussion post 😀 today we’ll talking about reviewing books on different platforms and if there’s any difference between them. A few weeks ago I stumbled across a blogging tip post that talks about the difference between reviewing books on goodreads and on our blog and the blogger said that it should be different. It surprised me a little because I’m that kind of reviewer who practically copies-and-pastes my goodreads reviews to my blog 😁

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Basically this is what I usually do : 

  1. I write review as soon as I finish a book and post it on goodreads (and netgalley if I get the book from them)
  2. I copy-paste the review to my blog, add star ratings, add links too Goodreads, Amazon, and TBD, and break up my review so it won’t seem as long.
  3. Add pictures of the books
  4. Check for typos or offensive critiques and make sure they’re gone before I hit publish. This is probably the ONLY difference because I almost never proofread my goodreads reviews. They’re full of typos and I don’t really care
  5. Post the blog review according to my schedule (every Thursday)
  6. Sometimes if I remember, I put a link to my blog on my goodreads review

But after reading that blog post I started to question my credibility as a reviewer and whether I’ve been doing the wrong things all along :’) so I did some google search for everything I need to know about this topic.

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The first result landed me on Kourtni’s post about reviewing on different platforms. On her post, Kourtni talked about a reviewer who posts significantly different reviews on her blog and on goodreads in which her blog reviews are way nicer than her goodreads reviews—which are pretty harsh and brutal. Kourtni than said that according to that reviewer, it’s because different kinds of reviews are popular on different platforms. I quote :

She felt that Goodreads reviews were more popular and taken more seriously if they were extremely critical, but noted that this was not a good strategy on a book blog, where readers expected a more fair and balanced but honest review. She seemed to change the wording of her review (and sometimes completely change the content) based on what she thought readers were looking for.

It’s probably a truth widely acknowledge that on goodreads, the harsher you get, the more popular your reviews become. If you haven’t noticed that, try scrolling through the review section of some of the popular books, you’ll see the top results are mostly harsh reviews. I did more google search and it landed me on Goodreads Review Guidelines. According to the guidelines, goodreads is for expressing our honest opinion about books. Harsh critical statements that apply to the book or the writing in it, such as “This guy can’t write a lick,” or “This book is absolute trash,” is allowed on Goodreads review—as it is an honest opinion.

Now let’s think about reviewing on the blog. As far as I know, there’s no guideline or rules about it. We are free to review the books however we want to, but everything we write is on us. I can’t imagine myself saying harsh things like “this book is absolute trash” on my blog just because it has messy plot or immature characters, that’s just… too brutal and I don’t have the nerve, or heart, to do it. We can’t forget the fact that behind every book, no matter how awful it is, there’s a person who’s done a hard work to write it. I’m not gonna bash them on my blog.

I guess my point is that on the blog, everything we write is our responsibility while on goodreads, we are still protected by the rules and guidelines. Also, I noticed that a lot of goodreads reviewers strive for popularity, that’s why the snarkier the reviews, the better.

HOWEVER, I wasn’t sure if the difference in reviews is simply because of popularity, so I did more research and it landed me on Ashley @ Nose Graze’s post : Goodreads Reviews Can Outrank Your Blog Reviews. I suggest you read Ashley’s post because she understands and explains this better than I could possibly do but bottom line is :

1) If you post identical reviews on goodreads and on your blog, your goodreads reviews will beat your blog in search ranking. This means that if you google your blog/goodreads username and the title of the book, your goodreads review will show up first on google search results. The first thing Ashley did to win back her blog SEO was to change her goodreads username so it wouldn’t be identical to her blog name. In my case, I’d have to remove “Sparkling Letters” from my goodreads user name so if anyone google Sparkling Letters reviews, they will be directed to my blog.

2) If you post identical reviews on goodreads and on your blog, Google would recognize it as duplicate content and pick only one result to display. In which case, see point number one. I admit that this never even occurred to me before! I post identical reviews on goodreads and my blog and the problem is, I post my goodreads review first and then post the same review on my blog a few days/weeks later. So by that logic, google would consider the review on my blog as the duplicate and the review on my goodreads as the original one, right? Scary! I don’t want google or people thinking that I’m the plagiarist one :’)

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Now we’ve reached the point when I ask myself the question : what am I gonna do about it? Based on the discussions above, we could see that there are a few things we could do.

The first is to change our goodreads username so it won’t match our blog name. I already did it. In fact, my goodreads username has always been ‘Puput’, without my blog name behind it. I don’t know if there’s any other consequences if you do this (e.g. branding, recognition, etc) but I think I’m good so far.

The second is to not post identical contents. If you post different kind of reviews on your blog and goodreads, you could kill two birds with one stone. 1) google won’t recognize your contents as duplicate and 2) if you could make your goodreads review a little snarkier, you have the chance to be more popular there. Now this is the problem.

I really don’t have the time to write TWO different reviews for a book. I mean, it’s time consuming enough to have to write one review. There’s other solution to this problem, that is to write a shorter version of your review on goodreads, and then link it to your longer and more comprehensive blog review. This way google won’t recognize the contents as duplicate. The thing is, I… don’t want to do it. I love having my full reviews on goodreads so people (or at least my goodreads friends who don’t follow my blog) could still read my full thoughts on the book.

I’m honestly concerned about the duplicate issue, so I still haven’t decided if I’m gonna post a shorter review on goodreads or not. As for popularity, I don’t really care if my goodreads reviews are popular or not. There was the time when I did care but now, not so much. I’ve accepted the fact that I wouldn’t be famous there and that’s okay. Plus I use goodreads mainly to track my reading 😛

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Alright everyone, those are my thoughts and research results about reviewing on different platforms? What do you usually do? Do you post similar reviews, or do you make certain changes so they’re not the same? Do you care about popularity, stats, SEO, and the duplicate issues? I’d love to hear your thoughts! ♥

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57 thoughts on “Reviewing on Goodreads and on the Blog: is There Any Difference?

  1. I had never even thought about if it had any effect on search results or anything before now! This was such an interesting post, Puput!

    I will usually write my reviews on the blog first and add them to my Goodreads once I have published them to the blog. I’ll also link to my blog in the first sentence of my review to make sure people know where it came from first. I feel like doing a shorter review and linking to your blog might be good traffic wise, but like you, I don’t really have the time or want to write two different-ish reviews! Sometimes writing just one review will take quite some time!

    But I might actually have to think more about this in the next few days and see if I can find a solution that works well for me and the blog!

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    • Yayyy I’m glad I wrote about something you’ve never thought of before hahaha 😛 I hadn’t thought about it either looollll but now that I do, it kind of concerns me a little because I don’t want to be called a plagiarist (because I really am not???!!) but still, I’m too lazy to change my reviews and I like having full reviews on goodreads hahaha I used to put a link on my first sentence but most of the times I forget to do that 😛

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  2. Honestly I always copy my review from my blog and then put it on my Goodreads with a link to my blog post about it. I edit it though by taking out the chatty bits and only leaving the bits where I discuss, plot,characters, setting and my rating etc. So I wouldn’t say their identical. I don’t think I use goodreads like most people though I only really use it to keep track of the books I am on and the one I am reading. I don’t tend to read reviews on there too often unless I am looking for a new book but still I end up reading the synopsis and deciding myself.

    I sometimes write only reviews on their for books I don’t want to post on my blog about though and sometimes I do make a shorter review and put a link to my blog where I say they can see a full review there.

    Interesting topic!

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    • Unlike you, I really love reading reviews on goodreads! Those reviews play a huge factor on whether I’ll read the book or not haha that’s why I love posting full reviews on my goodreads account : because I love reading other people’s full reviews. Going to their blog just to read a review takes too much time sometimes hahaha well mine isn’t literally identical either. My goodreads review are more chatty and full of typos hahaha thank you!

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  3. I usually just write a few sentences in a Goodreads review right after I finish reading a book and then post a much larger review on my blog later on whenever it fits into my blogging schedule. This is such an interesting post! 🙂

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  4. I don’t have a Goodreads account anymore, so this isn’t a problem for me. 😄 I actually did try to restart an account, and it was just too much along with all the other things I do to promote my posts. I just hated copying and pasting my review to my blog, copying and pasting it to Goodreads, and then it takes forever to link on Goodreads because I can never remember what order I’m putting all the characters. So, I gave up on that.

    But, I do get a large majority of my search engine traffic from people finding me through books that don’t have too many reviews, so having my Goodreads reviews top them if I had an account would suck. This was such an interesting post; I loved it! 😀

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    • How does a bookworm survives without goodreads account?! Hahaha it’s basically my most important social media 😛 I don’t use goodreads to promote my blog though, only to keep track on my reading and look for books I want to read ahaha thank you Mikaela, I’m glad you liked it! ❤

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  5. I also use my Goodreads only to keep track of my books, so I don’t really care about reviews. I don’t even duplicate my reviews there! Plus considering I have to write not one, but two different reviews in TWO DIFFERENT languages, I basically have no time to think of the third one 😅

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    • I really care about reviews though hahaha because whenever I’m trying to decide which books to read, I go to goodreads and read a bunch of reviews for each book, so I love having full reviews there 😀 but I get what you mean hahaha and writing ONE review is time consuming enough, let alone to or even three so kuddos to you hahaha 😛

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      • The funny thing when looking for book reviews as a polyglot is that sometimes you can find completely opposite opinions on one book from each society! For instance, majority of English-speaking readers loved Caraval by Stephanie Garber, while Russians disliked it completely 😀 I managed to stay somewhere in the middle, and I’m really fine with that. My point is, sometimes other ppl’s reviews shouldn’t be the main argument on whether _you_ want to read that book or not 😀

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  6. Hmm this is an interesting discussion! I pretty rarely review on Goodreads, other than a couple of sentences sometimes, unless it’s an ARC that I’m supposed to post on Goodreads. I’m not too concerned about traffic and stuff, but this is definitely something interesting that I’ll have to remember if I’m looking into being a book blogger someday. Thanks for doing the research, Puput!

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  7. Great post, I had no idea about any of this, so this has been really informative! I also copy paste my reviews to Goodreads (though I post them first on the blog, then on Goodreads). I don’t really care about popularity on Goodreads (like you, I mainly just sue it to track my reading), so I’m definitely not gonna change my reviews to make them harsher and more critical. I just couldn’t bring myself to do that either. I do worry about Goodreads reviews taking the SEO from my blog, but on the other hand I also don’t want to spend time in writing two reviews. To be thought of some more 🙂

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  8. I am not a stats person really. It is wonderful to have followers because I love the interaction. But I haven’t honestly thought much about search engines, numbers, etc. I suppose this would be different for me if I were getting paid or had a certain obligation to hit numbers.

    Personally, I care first and foremost about offering consistency and honesty. And I am not saying other methods do not provide this. I am no judge and do not know it all 😉 For me, I am able to guarantee this by sharing the same review throughout. I usually share the review and link or a preview of review and link to blog on GR. Same on Amazon and NetGalley, etc. I do not write multiple reviews ( and honestly have no time to do this in a fair manner). So for me, one review always.

    Great topic to touch on 🙂

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  9. Wow! I honestly never thought about this before! I usually just review books on my blog first and then put only the link to my blog post in the Goodreads review. I have no real desire to become well known on Goodreads, so I thought that would be a good way to direct more people to my blog when they look through Goodreads reviews for a book. The thought has crossed my mind that most people will probably not click that link because it’s easier to just scroll to the next review, but for me Goodreads is more for tracking what I read then getting my opinion out there.

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  10. Oh goodness….I just copy & paste my reviews to goodreads! I used to just include my “final thoughts” paragraph with a link but I found it annoying? Like when I want to read a review on goodreads I never click links to full reviews because I just want to read it on goodreads. So now I’m in a pickle. What do I do? >.< eep. Maybe I'll shorten them so that it gets the point across but isn't identical because there is no way I'm writing two different types of reviews!

    Molly @ Molly’s Book Nook

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  11. This is really interesting – thank you for posting this!
    I post identical stuff to my blog and my Goodreads profile, and I’d never given it any thought before. I get tonnes of Google searches leading to my blog though, so maybe I’m just no popular enough on Goodreads? I don’t know. I’m going to have to look into this a bit further though, because now you’ve got me curious.

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  12. Wow, I had no idea this could be an issue! I post nearly identical reviews – first on my blog, then to Goodreads with a link to my blog but without the ‘further reading’ links I include on my blog. When I read the title of this post, I didn’t expect to hear that some people write significantly different reviews on their blog vs. GoodReads, but you do make a good point about why. I don’t really understand know how Google rankings work, yet I don’t seem to have a problem with my Goodreads reviews ranking instead of my blog reviews. I’ll have to keep an eye on that and see if it ever changes…

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  13. I had never even considered the fact that having the same review on your blog and on Goodreads might mess with search results! That could definitely be a big problem, actually… Maybe I’ll have to start posting something a bit shorter on GR to avoid that being an issue 😛
    I’ll admit even though it’s been months since I did that original post, I still get annoyed when I see people post ridiculously different opinions on their blog and on GR. I don’t know which review to trust, haha. I get that blogs are supposed to be more “professional” whereas GR isn’t, but even if you change your review for the different platforms, I feel like your review should still have the same basic opinion, you know?

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  14. This post is fascinating! I never knew that about the SEO and Google search results. I never post reviews on GR because my reviews are usually really long, and I don’t see the point in duplicates (and I don’t write reviews immediately after finishing a book, which is when I rate and mark as read). I think if I didn’t have a blog, I’d post GR reviews. So reading this post was soooo interesting to me! I had never thought about any of this! Awesome thought-provoking post!

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    • Thank you Emily! 😀 me neither! I hadn’t even thought of that so I was surprised too when I found out about it. I post reviews on goodreads all the time because as a reader myself, goodreads reviews had helped me to decide whether to read a book or not countless times ahaha thank you and I’m glad you liked it ❤

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  15. This is a very interesting post. When I first joined Goodreads in 2009, I did post the same review there and on my blog as well. Now I just use Goodreads to keep track of my books and do the star rating. I post the reviews on my blog only, I just recently started that after taking a four year break.

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    • I’m surprised to see so many bookworms don’t even use goodreads anymore while for me it’s my holy grail hahaha I just feel like my blog can’t keep track of my reading because I read a lot more books than my blogging schedule allows hahaha thank you though! 😀

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  16. This is a really interesting discussion. I usually copy and paste my reviews from a google doc onto my blog and then goodreads. 😄 It definitely annoys me how people who write harsh reviews are always the most popular. Sure it’s nice to see from different POVs, but sometimes I feel that their snarkiness is a little bit too much. I try not to be super harsh in my reviews. I get negative and snarky for sure, but not a whole lot (really only if it’s a one or two star rating).
    Now I’m definitely going to start switching up my reviews. Not so that my Goodreads ones are snarkier, but so they better fit each platform.
    Thanks for this awesome post, Puput! 🙂

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    • Thank you Adalyn 😀 I admit… sometimes I go through some people’s 1-star shelves just to read their snarky reviews hahahaha BUT I definitely feel weird to know that some of them also post a nicer review on their blog! Like, if it’s (the snarkiness) really their style than I’m fine with that but if it’s only to gain popularity then I feel a bit iffy about it hahaha thank you so much! ❤

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  17. My reviews on Goodreads are really short, I just dot down my thoughts in the quickest way possible so when I review the book on my blog I still have a good idea what I thought about it exactly. It’s how it works best for me. However I never knew about the Google duplicates things, I just didn’t realize. So thanks for the info😉

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  18. I was so shocked by the idea of writing a positive review on one’s blog, but a more negative review on GoodReads, but then I remembered a review I recently read. I follow the blogger on GoodReads and have an email subscription to their blog. It was a book I liked, and her review was “meh”, but then her blog review had it rated a whole star higher, and talked about how we need books like this. I found it perplexing at the time, but I guess there was an actual reason, although, it kind of makes me sad that negativity rates so highly. There is so much ugly on the internet/social media. I like to keep my reviews on the positive side. Even if a book was not for me, it was somebody’s baby, and I respect that.

    I copy and past my reviews, usually after I publish, but sometimes the other way around, since I review more books on GoodReads than my blog. I love Goodreads, so I will always post there. I like the interactions I have there, and I know it matters for the authors. I will later post to Amazon as well, because I know the number of reviews is important for the author.

    Sam @ WLABB

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    • Me too! I actually enjoyed reading snarky reviews but to know that some people are doing it to gain popularity makes me feel a bit iffy about their reviews hahaha same, I really don’t like bashing a book because I know how hard it is to write one, but sometimes it still happens hahaha me too! I love posting and reading reviews on goodreads and I think I’m not gonna stop doing that 😀

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  19. This is something I’ve wondered before. I notice some people have different reviews on their blog and Goodreads. Or a shorter one and I occasionally do that if I don’t have time to write the full review I want to on Goodreads. It’s more I put all my initial thoughts on Goodreads, literally word vomit. Then I copy it over to my blog and refine it into something a bit more coherent and cohesive. It might not be the right way but it’s the only way I know and I’m not changing it.

    I didn’t know about the search thing on Google, though. It’s stuff like that you don’t learn while you’re a blogger unless you search for it so I’m glad I’ve learnt that. I should really read up more about my hobby.

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    • Ahh yes sometimes I do that whenever I don’t have time to write immediate, proper reviews on goodreads hahaha it’s definitely not something most book bloggers learn! We don’t really care about SEO and traffics beyond stats, unlike most of lifestyle bloggers. They seem to be monitoring their traffic very closely hahaha

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  20. This is a very intriguing post and I will have to think about this for some time.

    I use Goodreads for the negative reviews. To look through them and find out if there is something problematic about a book. Thus, I look for reviews that are longer and discuss the book in detail.

    I might do bullet pointing instead of copying my blog review -but that’s more work…

    I’ve been meaning to add my blog URL to the reviews but keep forgetting…

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    • Honestly this post surprised me as well because I’d never thought about it before hahaha I do for both positive and negative! I found that goodreads reviews are very helpful to decide whether I’m gonna read a book or not, so I think I’m gonna keep my full reviews there haha same!! I keep planning to do that but I always, always forget hahaha :’)

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  22. I post the exact same review in multiple places – I never once thought about how that would impact my blog’s SEO.

    I’ll have to look into this more before I decide what I’m going to do about it…

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  23. This is so interesting!!!! I never really considered editing my reviews to fit the platform. I always place my honest feelings above everything else so I tend to just copy/paste it onto different sites, haha.

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  24. Interesting discussion! I used to post exact duplicate reviews, but recently I’ve started narrowing down the reviews that make it to my blog in the first place. Then for the reviews I do post on my blog, I post a shortened, condensed version to goodreads with the link to the full version on my bog. Then in my reviews on my blog, I link to goodreads for people who want to read more reviews (which I’m pretty sure is no one), and the people on my goodreads can also find the stuff I post on my blog.

    That being said, I don’t have enough followers on either platform to really gauge whether or not this is proving effective. It’s interesting that you brought up the popularity of harsh reviews on goodreads. I hadn’t really thought about it, but I guess I do enjoy that about goodreads as a platform. I enjoy snark just as much as I enjoy more polite analysis. Although I do worry that people are being jerks on goodreads just because it will make them more popular. Isn’t honesty the best policy?

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    • Thank you Christine! 😀 I’ve seen a lot of blogger prioritize their blog reviews but to me it’s the opposite hahaha I feel like goodreads reviews are easier because like, I could post whenever I want to while on the blog I have to fit into my blogging schedule so I tend to review more on goodreads than on my blog hahaha I used to post my blog link on goodreads but most of the time I forget to do that hahaha 😛 same!! I enjoy reading snarky reviews as well hahaha but I fell iffy about people INTENTIONALLY being harsh just for popularity

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  25. Interesting post! I post the same review on my blog as I post to Goodreads & Amazon. But, the only reviews I typically post to Goodreads & Amazon are those ARCs I’ve gotten from NetGalley, or from the authors themselves. I always post a link to my blog post on my Goodreads review, and I mention my blog (no link) on Amazon reviews.
    I read a post awhile back that said that if you post something on Amazon, then it is considered Amazon’s property, but I have no idea if this is true or not, and I panicked when I heard that! So that’s making me re-think my posts.
    What I may end up doing in the future is doing more of an essay-style review for my blog (which is my usual format), and then doing a quick bullet-style of likes & dislikes for Goodreads & Amazon. That way they are slightly different (format wise), but still similar (content wise). I find myself gravitating towards those bullet reviews when I read reviews on Goodreads & Amazon, as I skim reviews on those sites, so I’d like to try that.

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    • Thank you! 😀 I always try to post a link to my blog on goodreads but mos of the time I forget or simply too lazy hahaha oh wow… I certainly don’t want amazon claiming my reviews because after all they’re my opinion hahaha that’s a good idea! For me I think I’ll stick to my usual style because I love having full reviews on both goodreads and amazon hahaha

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  26. This is really interesting. I tend to write a really rambly and emotion driven review for goodreads soon after I finish the book on goodreads. For my blog I do copy and paste that review but I also add more analysis that is more structured, because often my thoughts change once I am able to step back from the emotions I was feeling while reading the book.

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  27. This is such an interesting post. I’ve never really gave it much thought before. I write reviews on my blog and then copy and paste it to GR. To be brutally honest, I am way too lazy to write two separate reviews 😂 I really don’t care enough about stats and hit counts to care 😂 I definitely see why that would appeal to some people though! Sometimes I’ll write short reviews on Goodreads for books I don’t plan on reviewing on my blog, but that’s as far as it goes. This post really gave me something to think about though! Your discussions are always so brilliant, Puput 😀

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  28. WOW…now I really have to think this through! I rate the book on goodreads when I finish it but just copy the review from my blog after that posts. I never thought about driving less traffic to my blog or the whole looking like a plagiarist thing. The easiest solution may be to change my goodreads name so it’s not an exact match but then I’d really look like a thief…unless I just post the 1st paragraph and a link on goodreads but I know I love to read reviews on goodreads and don’t really want to do that…hmmm….

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    • Totally the same hahaha to be fair, it only affects traffic from search engine! You could still get blog trafics from reader, bloglovin, twitter, etc hahaha and yes I really don’t want to seem like a plagiarist because I really am not! Both reviews are MY opinion hahaha and I love reading reviews on goodreads as well, they help me decide whether to read a book or not 😀

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  29. I have never actually thought about this! I may have to think about it a bit more, but I DEFINITELY don’t want to end up writing two different reviews for every book I read. That said, maybe I can be more summary/ranty on Goodreads and more thoughtful on my blog. Like, gut reaction vs clinical view. Hmmmm … Things to ponder! 🙂

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  30. I agree with all your conclusions here haha. I also post my reviews exactly the same on both sites, though I post on my blog first and then on Goodreads. I never really thought about changing them in anyway when they go on Goodreads. However, I do share only a part of them on NetGalley. Since my reviews are divided in two, I just share the second more expressive part with publishers. I’m way too lazy to try to write two different reviews for the same book and I honestly don’t care about being popular on Goodreads. I use the site for myself and I share it for others, if my friends like it or someone glances at it and makes a decision on a book, I feel like I’ve done my job.
    But this is a super interesting discussion! I must confess that I never would’ve even thought about it before this so great job on your posts! Keep it up 😀

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    • Same hahaha I feel like changing either one will require too many effort and I’m just not that dedicated hahaha ahh I see! I tend to cut some of my ramble on netgalley as well hahaha the reason why I like posting full reviews on goodreads is as a reader myself, I love reading full reviews by other people. Those reviews help me decide whether to read a book or not hahaha thank you so much Sara, so glad you liked it 😀

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      • Yeah me neither hahaha
        Since my reviews are usually in two parts, I tend to share the bottom part with NetGalley since it’s more elaborate.
        That’s why I like them too! It helps me narrow down books that I really want on my TBR when I’m cleaning it out on Goodreads haha

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  31. Interesting post! I knew about how google will thinking it is duplicate if I wrote same content across platfrom (wheter goodreads and blog or blog and tumblr) but I often write review on goodreads in one languange (either bahasa or english) while my blog is bilingual so it kinda my differentitation strategy. I also post shorter review on goodreads while the longer one is on my blog. But sometimes,I post the same content because I am lazy. Hahahaha

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