YouTube monetization changes make it harder for new and lesser-known creators to earn

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The Google-owned video sharing service has made its monetizing regulations tougher again. The YouTube monetization regulations are getting tougher again, making it harder for video creators to reach the minimum requirements for earning. The new rules go beyond the number of views threshold implemented in 2017 for the Partner Program. The new YouTube monetization rules require that a channel must have at least 10,000 views to apply for the Partner Program, which was made in a change last year. However, now creators must also have a minimum of 1,000 subscribers…

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Social media marketing is only the beginning for these authors

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Book series writers Amanda Giasson and Julie B. Campbell are taking multi-channel advertising to another level. For Perspective book series authors, Amanda Giasson and Julie B. Campbell, social media marketing has been an integral part of the launch and continuing success of their fantasy fiction novels which so far include Love at First Plight and Second Wind. However, these authors haven’t stopped at social networks and have turned to every angle they can to spread the word. This effort has turned Giasson and Campbell into the exact opposite of the…

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Authors are using mobile tech to engage readers

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The key to this mobile marketing effort is to make sure that what you’re saying and how you’re saying it is relevant. Mobile tech has become a fantastic way for authors to be able to market their books – print and ebooks – in an affordable way that will greatly appeal to the readers in their target market. From social media marketing to blogging, this technology offers a considerable opportunity. However, just because a writer can complete a masterpiece, it doesn’t mean that he or she is a natural marketer.…

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Social media marketing savvy authors cause shift in book sale strategies

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Writers ranging from those of bestselling novels to hidden gem indie publications are turning to Facebook, Twitter, and beyond. It wasn’t all that long ago that promoting a book meant that an author would talk to everyone they knew, attend book signings, work to obtain positive reviews, and attempt to make their way into a media interview, but today’s author also needs to use social media marketing to be much more accessible to his or her readers. While traditional marketing methods remain important, SMM is critical for book sales…when done…

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QR codes help debut authors achieve rapid readership growth

Perspective book series branded QR Codes

The writers behind the Perspective book series successfully used quick response codes on bookmarks to boost fans. Perspective book series novel #1, “Love at First Plight” has been flying off the bookstore shelves since the end of February, and its co-authors, Amanda Giasson and Julie B. Campbell have now started using QR codes among the many other digital tools they have employed to ensure that a growing number of readers will know about their young adult fantasy book. The writing team has also been building a loyal and interested following…

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