Give Your Books an Edge Over the Competition with Faceless YouTube Videos
Create your own Book Trailers with ease
You wrote a book.
You have a cover design, a synopsis, and an author bio ready.
You’ve created social media platforms to blast it all over the internet: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, TikTok, Pinterest, Goodreads, a Website.
You might even have a newsletter with a small but decent following.
You’ve told your family, friends, and work peers about it, crossing your fingers and hoping they’ll tell everyone they know about your masterpiece, because you desperately need to build and expand your circle of influence.
And you’d better damn well have something great for them to see right out of the gate.
Why? Because the old adage is absolutely true: First impressions count. In fact, they’re pretty much everything.
Now don’t get nervous and slip into an anxious mindset — you’ve come too far to chicken out at this point.
It’s possible you may be on the precipice of success and notoriety — that is, if you’re prepared to launch an advertising and marketing campaign that will knock the socks off just about any potential audience.
What exactly does it take to get readers to keep their eyes on your book long enough to consider the possibilities?
Stellar graphics are a must.
Intriguing, compelling dialogue is a given.
A storyline that sets the hook from the get-go.
How about the most influential tool at your disposal: A YouTube Book Trailer!
Before you roll your eyes and complain about how you don’t have the expertise, knowledge, or experience to even consider making any kind of video product for your book, allow me to prove you wrong.
Take a look at this YouTube Video of one of my Book Trailers:
I want you to know I had absolutely no idea how to create a YouTube Video — until I found an easy-to-use method that now breathes new life into all my published books.
What is this incredible system? The product is called Pictory and it’s the best thing to come into my writing life in a very long time.
Check it out and see what you think.
Find out the difference between looking at a static cover image, and engaging an audience in your product by adding sound, motion, and excitement to your books.
If you decide to give it a try, I’d be grateful if you’d use my affiliate link. Every little bit helps — but, as a writer, you already know that …
Thanks for reading,
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Jill Reid is the author of Please God, Make Me A Writer, Real Life, Discover Your Personal Truth, and Life in Small Doses. Her books, videos, and newsletters explore writing, life, relationships, and personal success strategies for building the skills and confidence you need to achieve your goals.
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