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As the book publishing industry moves online more and more every year, it’s important for authors to establish an author platform to market their books to their ideal readers.

Most author platforms comprise an author website, a social media presence, a newsletter, and perhaps a few other outlets such as Patreon, Facebook, Discord groups, and so forth.

In 2020, the biggest social media platforms for authors are arguably Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. As a YouTuber with more than 75,000 subscribers (as of September 2020), I’m a big proponent of connecting with readers—and other authors—on this platform.

The benefits of using YouTube to promote a book

– YouTube is essentially a free resource, which is available for anyone to use. As an author, you can take advantage of the huge levels of daily traffic YouTube will receive.

– YouTube is the second largest search engine on the Internet. As a self-published author, this gives you the power to place useful and informative videos right under the noses of people who are most likely to purchase your book

To take advantage of this invaluable resource for promoting your book, you can contact us below.

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Annihilation: A Story of the Armenian Genocide by Michael Bosland
Happy to meet me by Calista J. McBride
Heir to the Underworld – The New Gods of Olympus Book One by JB Dennis
Come Join the Murder by Holly Garcia
Golden Gremlin by Rod A. Walters
Hellhound, Take Me Home by Stu Lane
Flight of the spark by Evelyn Puerto
Floyd’s Rule Book of Bad Grammar by Jonathan Floyd
Horn-Horn, Cracked (Book 2) by A. D. T. Mclellan
In two minds by K.T. Findlay
Just Holden On by Ashley Parr
Among the Dead by Stephen Kennedy
How to Heal by Jessi Beyer
I Died but I Got Better by Lance Von Prum
Learn to Love by Thomas Jordan
Howie and the Parcel Winch by Gavin Wicklow
How’s your family by Sayonara Machado
Letters from a Nameless Village by Muhn Sihn
Requiem, Changing Times by R J Parker
The Latecomers by Rich Marcello
The lost boys of London by Mary Lawrence
Restore her by Cheryl Lacey Donovan
The Identity Thief by Alex Bryant
Zepharius by Mel Snyde
The Black Shade of White by Justice Cattleya
The black sky by Timothy D. Minneci
My Dear Ellie by Aisha Urooj

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