Checklists for your Campaign
Telling Your story – Use the video
- Make a short video (1-3 minutes) that expresses your goals and intentions for campaign
- The first ten seconds of your video count. First impressions are everything.
- Star in the video yourself to make it more personal.
- Give contributors a sneak peak of your project, product, film, etc.
- Use music to set a tone for the video and the campaign.
- Make sure the video is clear and concise; visuals help.
- Invite your audience to join you on your journey; you are not just asking for money.
- End with a clear call to action.
Describe your project – Why should people support your Campaign?
- Put the most important information first.
- Tell a compelling story, and keep it short.
- Explain exactly why you are raising money.
- Share details about yourself, your team, and important events or people that shaped your project.
- Spelling and grammar are important, so be sure to proofread.
- Break long text into sections with headings.
Small Image, Title & Short Description
- Make sure your image is both interesting and relevant to your campaign. This information is what people will see on the AgarFund landing page, and they should be compelled to click on it.
- Your title and short description are like the headline and subhead of your project — make sure you include everything someone would need to know for them to want to contribute.
- Share links to Facebook,Telegram, Twitter, and other social media channels attached to your campaign to all audiences in your network to get a better network.
- Remember that such links will help you to build your presence on the web also.
- Add the camping links to your business/other website /groups / forums and etc — outside links help legitimize your campaign.