Recent Surge In Video Book Trailers Shows They Are Rapidly Becoming Authors’ Marketing Tool of Choice

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With over 100 Million Americans watching online video each day, more and more authors are choosing video as the way to sell their books according to Author Marketing Ideas.

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“Predictions are that 50% of all Internet traffic could be through online video viewing in 2014. Finding a way to reach this audience is becoming an essential component of book marketing.

“If the old expression was that a picture is worth a thousand words, then the new is that a video is worth a thousand likes!” says Author Marketing Ideas Vice President Ellen Green. “Predictions are that 50% of all Internet traffic could be through online video viewing in 2014. Finding a way to reach this audience is becoming an essential component of book marketing and is why AMI specializes in creating video book trailers for authors.”

Video book trailers are also seen as a versatile marketing tool in that they can be posted not only on YouTube but on author websites, social media pages, Amazon sales sites as well as embedded into Press Releases.

AMI excels in marketing for self-published authors. They offer a range of products and services, all designed to help the self-published author market their own book. These services are completely customizable and can be packaged, or sold a la carte. Many are offered free of charge. The main focus of the company is on the fact that technology has made it possible for authors to publish their own works, without having to go through the stress/hassle of using a major publishing company. That being said, once published, many authors are lost when it comes to marketing. Author Marketing Ideas believes that everyone should have a chance to get on the best seller list, not just those who work with the big boys. To do that they offer the tools to help create awareness and visibility for these authors.

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