Nowadays, books seem to be making a huge comeback, and we’re thrilled about it. But if we’re taking the time to sit down with entire novels, are we really going to also sit through pages of book reviews before indulging in our next read? What if we want reliable information about both new and old paperbacks without scrolling through Reddit or sitting through Youtube videos?
Now you’re thinking like us. If you’re a bookseller, a podcast host, or you want people’s brief and genuine opinions about books they love (or hate), why not start an EveClips campaign for that very purpose? Mixed media is a foolproof way to draw attention to any idea, and posting original thirty-second videos about popular primers is perfect for a generation with both an affinity for classics and a short attention span.
To ensure your bookworms keep their content concise, add a prompt in your campaign description such as, “What three words would you use to describe Stephanie Myer’s new masterpiece?”. This’ll remind your audience that they may have read a novel, but they shouldn’t be writing one (yet).
You could even host campaigns dedicated to entire series, such as the Harry Potter or Percy Jackson franchises. Young adults are so quick to reminisce about their favorite reads back in the day, but with EveClips, you could spearhead a reading renaissance. What else? You may end up starting a community of book aficionados and encourage real connections through the arts of short videos and creative prose.