Looking for a way to make your book stand out? A professionally made HD quality book trailer, for only $5, can quickly turn sales around! Here’s why…
According to studies, 55% of people watch online videos every single day. That’s a lot! What’s more, 65% of people think in pictures and not words. Book trailers also communicate the synopsis of your book faster! According to Forrester Research, one minute of video is worth 1.8 million words. That’s impressive!
Here’s some more good news: According to Forbes, Millennials are 112% more likely to share video ads, and 64% of customers are more likely to buy a product if they have watched a video about it. Not only that, visual content is more likely to be shared on social media—which is great if you’re wanting your book to go viral!
The take away: Book trailers help authors sell more books, and for only $5 you can’t go wrong!
Digital Book Girl has done the research, to save you time and money, and in doing so we have uncovered two professional book trailer designers who provide HD quality, eye-catching, attention grabbing, commercially viable, original book trailers to attract and convert more readers into buyers—all for only $5!
Check out our Top 2 list below and if you know of a better value, contact us today so we can share your tip with our followers!
Ravinder creates HD book trailers to bring your story to life and provide a taste of what readers will experience when engrossed in your novel.
Click here to check out Ravinder‘s book trailer samples.
Mahad is a professional video designer and editor with more than 12 years experience creating social media video advertisements.
He is skilled in audio & video production, a VFX expert, and is proficient in Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro, Audition, Audacity, Camtasia Studio and Photoshop.
Click here to check out Mahad’s book trailer samples.
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