Know a charity who could benefit from a free video strategy workshop?
Over the past 14 years, we've worked a lot with NGOs and third sector clients - providing marketing strategies & deployment, website development, visual collateral, video and more. We know first-hand that charities pull off all the fantastic work they do under restrictive budgets - budgets that don't often allow for any extra marketing than is deemed necessary.
But, alas, the world of marketing doesn't wait! With new tools & apps, fresh ideas, strong competition and knock-your-socks-off strategies being bandied about, organisations that don't invest in marketing can find it difficult to keep up.
Video is one such new & exploding-y segment. It's used more and more across all industries, proving more effective than traditional means, with social video generating 1200% more shares than text and images combined.
But with no money and little time, how can a charity hope to develop a workable video strategy? And with what tools? Whose knowledge? That's where we come in.
We're offering 1 South Wales-based charity a free video strategy & training workshop with us at our studio, to help them 'get on the video marketing ladder'.
We'll teach you everything we know about using video in your marketing, including:
- Tips & tricks for shooting video, ft. lighting, audio, angles, basic composition
- The best free apps & software to edit and publish your videos
- Editing advice, ft. music, after-effects, captions, text
- Advice like where and when to post your videos to maximise audience engagement
- Help on putting together a sustained strategy for staying productive in your video-making
How to nominate a charity
If you'd like to nominate a charity you love - or if you're part of a charity and would like to nominate yourselves - then you can reach out to us on Twitter or via email.
Drop us a line letting us know who you think would benefit from a video strategy workshop and why (and leave us some useful contact details if you can!). We'll collate all the entries and choose one at random in late December.