This video we created took 14 minutes of filming, turned into 2 minutes as a final product. The video was filmed to help First Things First generate interest and support through the Amazing Raise. Check it out!
The “F” Word can be scary.
Working in the nonprofit world, we hear this all the time:
Let’s have a Silent Auction to raise some money!
A Silent Auction is a great idea, but you have to:
- find donors
- plan an event
- organize the donations
- hope enough people show up
What if you could triple (or more!) the number of people who saw your auction items and not have to plan an event?
RVA Creative is here to help. We can help you build an online Silent Auction. You can send out the auction page in an e-mail, post it to Social Media and let friends and followers pass on the great deals to their friends.
Include photos, video clips, links to the sponsor’s homepage and more.
Take your Silent Auction to the next level with RVA Creative. Start planning your next Online Silent Auction and let us know how we can help!
One of our clients, Fortis Group, recently asked us to shoot some photos at two of their events. Their web, social and promotional platforms were using branded illustrations, but they did not have any file photos to use to promote the company.
Here’s what we came up with:
How can we be intentional about social media?
The staff at Gayton posed this question, and RVACreative‘s staff worked with them to find their niche. Across Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and Instagram, Gayton’s platforms enabled them to:
- promote and highlight upcoming/recent events
- build a sense of community around the brand (organization)
- connect to meaningful content from other sources
Each social network targets different audiences with different content. Using available tools, RVACreative helped Gayton target each message to its most critical audience through each social network.
How do we build followers?
Every organization asks this question. For Gayton, our staff created visual tools for the organization to promote their networks. Gayton’s staff then ran promotions to encourage new followers and connections.
We also built a new Gayton.tv platform to raise the profile of YouTube in their web content structure.
On a slow week, Gayton’s Facebook posts reach an audience of 300-600/day. When something significant is taking place in the community, the number reaches 1,000-1,200/day.
When they hosted their large, annual Christmas event, social media interaction peaked at more than 2,700/day.
Gayton produces a lot of great content but, as with any busy organization, will need to allocate staff and resources to compile the information to regular social media postings.