Thursday, December 31, 2015

Using high quality images to enhance your book trailer:

Using high quality images to enhance your book trailer:

Did you know that a visitor who watches a product video is 85% more likely to make a purchase?

Learn how to make great looking book trailers and attract more readers to your book with this amazing class.

You will learn the importance of using good size and high quality images in a book trailer, various sites where you can source these high quality images at amazingly low prices.


I Learned A Lot

I enjoyed everything, aside from grabbing a bite to eat, I watched from beginning to end because I was learning so much. Great class!

Excellent resource for every Indie author!

I'm very satisfied with this course. It's comprehensive, easy to follow, very informative and provides an array of resources for anyone interested in making their own book trailer. Excellent quality with great samples of videos that have already been created by the teacher, which makes it even more fun to watch and very educational. If you're an Indie writer and know how important book trailers are for marketing, you can't miss this fantastic course. Highly recommended. Two thumbs up!

In order for your book trailer to stand out and have lots of views, it needs to be professional looking with music and video clips, besides beautiful images to make it exciting to watch.

Utilizing these tools inside great video platforms can be easy to use and will help you make the best book trailer for your marketing and promotional needs.

See BODACIOUS BOOK TRAILERS for more information on how to source music, images, footage, book animations, book graphics and more at

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Saturday, September 26, 2015

Enhancing your book trailer with high quality background music

Everyone loves to watch a video with a soundtrack - and music is really a plus when you think about movies. 

When you're watching a book trailer, the same is true: you watch the images and listen to the background sound, and visualize the main theme of the book. And that music can make all the difference in terms of the mood, including help to increase your sales. 

But is it OK to use any audio without infringing copyright agreements? 

And what about the quality of the sound?

Here are three videos that are made more exciting, because of the music tracks that were chosen:

In this class, you will learn the importance of using high quality royalty-free stock music that is not "free". If you don't want any hassles from video sites, it's better to spend a few extra dollars to obtain a high quality audio and avoid copyright violations.  You will learn about two easy to use sites, that you can acquire inexpensive high quality royalty free stock music from, for your own book trailer videos.

Your book trailer will not only look fantastic, but will sound professional and will attract more viewers and potential readers, with a variety of great music you can choose from!

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The term "Book Trailer" is a U.S. registered trademark to Sheila Clover English of Circle of Seven Productions. Used with permission.

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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Learn how to make powerful high quality book trailers at

Every author knows that a book trailer can be one the most efficient marketing tools to make a book stand out. However, many are daunted by the thought of the costs involved in hiring someone to make a trailer, and don’t even think about doing it themselves due to the difficulties involved.

However, as an author myself, I found this course to be just what every indie author needs, a comprehensive tutorial to do-it-yourself book trailer production. It covers everything from the starting requirements to the music track, video footage, animations, and graphics, finishing with several video examples to jumpstart your creativity.

What made this course stand out for me is that it really saves an author time and money. There are many resources available that I wasn’t aware of and that, with a little ingenuity and very basic skill, can be used to create an eye-catching trailer.

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*The term "Book Trailer" is a U.S. registered trademark to Sheila Clover English of Circle of Seven Productions. Used with permission.

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