Content Creation for Higher Education Fundraising
Great stories that will engage your audience all year long
Efficient Content Creation for Advancement
We help higher ed fundraisers tell great stories about the impact of donations through consistent high-quality content that’s created without breaking a budget. We love finding creative ways to tell stories through video.
Great video is an important part of your marketing mix, and it doesn’t have to be like pulling teeth. With years of experience in higher-ed fundraising, we understand the nuances of the space. Whether you’re a one-person team, or a two-hundred person shop, we can help you create great content for your alumni, students, parents, and friends.
Your Constituents Watch Online Video
People of all ages are spending more time watching video every day. Facebook users alone watch more than 100 million hours of video each day according to Hootsuite.
Whether it's donations or sales, video helps people make the decision to spend money. Hubspot data shows that 81% of people have been convinced to buy a product or service by watching a brand's video.
Video is Engaging
Video is a great way to get information out. In fact, 79% of consumers prefer watching video to reading about a product according to Wyzowl.
Engaging content for your constituents, in all shapes and sizes.
Every institution and every audience is different. We work with each individual team to understand your specific needs when it comes to video.
Whether it’s content to support your Giving Day, videos featuring scholarship students, live broadcasts from a new space, videos showcasing programs, or content designed specifically for social, we can help you get it done.
Some samples of our work with other fundraising shops
Michael J. Anatomy Lab at Tufts School of Medicine
Gross anatomy is the cornerstone of medical education & Tufts' state of the art anatomy lab integrates technology and interactive learning with the classic anatomy dissection experience to better prepare students to become great clinicians.Posted by Tufts University School of Medicine on Wednesday, June 27, 2018