Video has emerged as a great solution to the challenge of getting and keeping people’s attention. But creating good video is still a big challenge for nonprofits with limited budgets and staff. So we’re rolling out a new service to help you make and share videos that connect. As part of the fun, we want to share your organization’s story. Create a quick video and we’ll share it with the world on our Wall of Love.
From TikTok to YouTube, we’ve seen how video can make an impact. You can make video work for your nonprofit as well—even without a big budget. Simple talking head videos can be a powerful way to share your message. We want to help more nonprofits figure this out and connect with their supporters.
Wall of Love
We want to share your videos, but first let’s help you figure out how to make them. We’ve got video resources to share, and then we can share your video.
Here’s all you have to do to participate:
- Sign up: It’s free. We’ll send you resources to help you make a short, compelling video. We’ll even give you a script to help you get started.
- Create video: Record a one to two minute video telling the world who you are, what you do, and one simple way they can take action.
- Enter: Submit your video along with a link to your call to action, such as a link to your donation page.
Then we’ll share your video on our Wall of Love on Rally.so and help spread the word. Plus, you’ll get a code you can use to share that video and call to action link anywhere.
You’re on your way to creating compelling video that connects.
How Rally Video Works
This is all part of a new video tool we’re rolling out in our Rally platform. It’s going to make it really easy to create compelling video—with that all-important call to action link included—and share it on all your marketing channels, including web, social media, email, and text messaging.
If you’re not already using Rally, get started today. In the meantime, check out our upcoming webinars for more helpful tips and resources. Our June webinar will cover how to create compelling video.