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Business Book Submissions: How to Use Video to Your Advantage

Video is an increasingly popular medium for promoting and marketing business books, and authors can use video to their advantage when submitting their work. Here are some tips on how to use video to promote your business book submissions:

  1. Create a book trailer: Book trailers are short promotional videos that give viewers a preview of your book. They can be used to showcase the main themes, characters, and concepts of your book, and to build excitement and interest.

  2. Host a video Q&A: Host a video Q&A session on platforms like YouTube, Facebook or Instagram. This can be a great way to engage with your audience and answer any questions they may have about your book.

  3. Create a series of "how-to" videos: Create a series of "how-to" videos that focus on specific topics or themes related to your book. This can be a great way to demonstrate your expertise and provide value to your audience.

  4. Use video to promote speaking engagements: Use video to promote speaking engagements or other events related to your book. This can be a great way to reach a wider audience and build interest in your book.

  5. Use video to connect with readers: Use video to connect with your readers by sharing your thoughts, insights, and updates about your book. Platforms like Instagram, TikTok and YouTube can be used to connect with readers in a more personal and engaging way.

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