Happy Weekend, WG2E-Land!
I’m going to kick-off a new topic of discussion here at The WG2E…
Let’s Talk Book Trailers
We’re going to be coming at this one from all angles, including but not limited to…:
*** Who all has ‘em and how do you use ‘em?
*** How much do they cost to produce?
*** How long should they be?
*** Where do you get the music and images?
*** What software do you use to make ‘em?
*** If you’re hiring ‘em done, who would you recommend?
*** Do you think they affect sales or are they just something cool and fun to share with your readers?
*** Which trailers are your faves?
Here’s one of my faves:
Karen Cantwell’s TAKE THE MONKEYS AND RUN
Okay…to get started…take a peek at the Book Trailer Galleries offered by a couple of the companies I’m considering using:
Now Then…It’s Your Turn, WG2E-Land: To help us know where you’re all at in the Book Trailer World, please answer the topic questions I posted above. Also, please comment with links to some of your fave trailers too.
P.S. We’ll be interviewing several Book Trailer Producers right here at The WG2E so be watching for those posts coming soon…beginning with Misty Taggart of Trailer to The Stars!
P.S.S. Programming Note: Debut Indie Epub Author Amanda Brice, who wears an IP Attorney (Intellectual Property) hat by day, will be guest posting for us on all-things-intellectual property rights and Indie Epubbing a week from today 5/28/11.
The Best of The WG2E & Book Trailer Wishes — D. D. Scott