Just finished my book trailer here it is, I get inspired seeing all the others. What a fun creative way to take a break from the actual writing process. While still staying connected to the work. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pYf3FkMZ4k
I have finally started working on the webpage to list book trailers. On the site, I will refer to it as Book Videos, as book trailer is a trademarked term.
I went ahead and started adding the links that are already on this thread. But, I really need more information.
If you could send me the following via email at email@example.com
In subject, put “Book Trailer”
1. Name of Book
2. Author’s Name
3. Link to Video
4. Genre of Book
I will post the link to the webpage when it is done.
If you do not like the way the page turned out, or later decide you don’t want your video included, simply write me (using the same email address that sent the info) and I will remove your link from the page.
A reminder - use images and music you have rights to in your videos. Please don't violate someone's copyrights.
To add your book video send the link, name of the author and genre to firstname.lastname@example.org
It is nothing fancy – and I don’t promise this will be some awesome marketing idea. I just thought it would be nice to have a place where we could share links to book trailers.
If I forgot someone, or you need to make a correction, or add an author’s name or genre, please send that information to the above email address.
I tried to keep the page basically non-self promotional, free of advertising links or overt shout outs for my own books, in hopes that others might share the link to the page – thus helping all the Indies get exposure to their trailers.
Any suggestions on the webpage, you can also send that to the above email address.
100 inspirational and original sayings for entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs. Created by Julian Hall, a serial entrepreneur who's passion is innovation and entrepreneurship and its ability to change people's lives. Each saying is accompanied by 100 equally inspiring images, photographs or pieces of artwork.
Grafted from his own experiences the good, bad and the ugly, this book aims to turn established entrepreneurs into 'Ultrapreneurs'. These are individuals who have done more than just build a business or personal venture, but have changed their communities, industries, and in some cases the world.
Each of these 100 ways are Julian's contribution towards the development of more ground breaking entrepreneurs. The book encourages aspiring Ultrapreneurs to realise that success in business relies heavily on success in every area of life and not just enterprise.
He guarantees, that if you follow these 100 lessons, not only will you surpass your goals but you’ll achieve them quicker than you expected. And more importantly you will contribute to the world becoming a better place.