A New Way to Promote Your Audiobook: Audible’s “Clips”

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12 responses to “A New Way to Promote Your Audiobook: Audible’s “Clips”

  1. You said, “watch the video below” but you didn’t include the video!

  2. Fantastic ideas! Can’t wait to implement them.

  3. David H. Lawrence XVII

    Video? I don’t see one. But this is really cool!

    On Thursday, March 17, 2016, Audiobook Creation Exchange Blog (ACX) wrote:

    > Scott Jacobi posted: “Audible recently released a new feature for iOS > users that allows listeners to create short clips of their favorite > audiobooks, share them on social media, and send them directly to friends. > This feature (called Clips, naturally), also gives Rights Holder” >

  4. Really great, workable ideas! And thanks for the Clips option. I love it!

  5. Reblogged this on Motown Writers Network . . . Michigan Literary Network and commented:
    New promotional venues for Authors. Are you taking advantage of audio for your book?

  6. I wished to try the “clips” feature on my ACX novel Contract Pending, but I couldn’t locate the clip button on my audiobook or a way to update it.!

  7. Hi – my children’s book is 47 minutes! Why is there an upper limit of 50 minutes for this – really frustrating! I look forward to hearing!

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  9. do we know if this is available on android yet?

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