Book Trailers


Post Book Trailer

A video book trailer is an advertisement for an author’s book. You want to employ techniques similar to those of movie trailers to promote your book(s). Book trailer advertising encourage readers to consider purchasing your book by providing a short film that will heighten their senses.

Video Book Trailer Instructions

A video book trailer is an advertisement for an author’s book. You want to employ techniques similar to those of movie trailers to promote your book(s). Book trailer advertising encourage readers to consider purchasing your book by providing a short film that will heighten their senses.

There are three kinds of popular book trailers.

1. Standard book trailers are called video-podcasts which are simple still photos set to music with text conveying the story
2. Higher quality book trailers are called cinematic book trailers and are created by professionals. Common formats of cinematic book trailers include actors performing scenes from the book akin to a movie trailer, full production trailers, flash videos, and animation. Keep in mind that there is usually a high cost associated with this type of book trailer.

ABB will immediately post your book trailer on YouTube for the world to see. Book Trailers can be circulated on television and online in most common digital video formats. We will post your book trailer for everyone to view. Just complete the Book Trailer upload form. Once the book trailer is in place, we will market your book via ABB resources.

Book Trailer Services are available to members:

ABB members can tap into our staff of professionals to create captivating book trailers. Your ABB professional will then upload the Book Trailer to YouTube and distribute the Book Trailer announcement to journalists, book bloggers, individuals, and social media connections. Of course, you will receive a copy of the Book Trailer to imbed on your website or to send to your personal connections.

* For a standard video-podcast trailer, the fee is $250.
* For Cinematic Book Trailer, the fee is $$$

For more information contact our podcast specialist: Leslie@authorsbookbeat.com. For more information contact our Cinematic Book Trailer specialist:

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Rock and pop Music
Screen Idols
The wonderful events
The terrible events
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