People don’t want to engage with brands. People want to engage with real people. Using the Gather Voices video solution, you can collect video from your audience anytime, anywhere — and turn it into marketing content people actually want to engage with.
Create authentic human connections with your employees using video. Whether you’re replacing documents on the intranet that no one wants to read or requesting video feedback from employees, you can build your culture with Gather Voices.
All of your customers and employees have supercomputers with professional video cameras in their pockets. Gather Voices makes it easy and affordable to let your audience co-create meaningful content with you.
Kidango, an early learning nonprofit, needed to educate staff about the COVID-19 vaccine. To encourage staff to get vaccinated, Kidango launched the #MyShotSnapshot campaign, which featured the real vaccination experiences of people within the organization, including the CEO. Kidango gathered more than 20 user-generated video stories from vaccinated team members and quickly published them to a landing page. This authentic video content offered compelling social proof that helped Kidango bring vaccination rates among their 600+ staff to 85%.
The Association of Rehabilitation Nurses (ARN) made peer-to-peer video storytelling a key part of their strategy for encouraging more members to apply for ARN Board positions. Using Video Relationship Management software, ARN collected authentic user-generated video (UGV) content from 100% of their past board members and compiled them into an engaging promotion video. And they did it in just 3 weeks and for a fraction of the cost of hiring an agency. The resulting video earned 269% more video views on YouTube than videos without UGV content and drove a higher board application submission rate.
At the end of their Interprofessional Education course through Rush University, students were asked to reflect upon what they learned from their community health mentor by recording a video or sharing a written piece around how learning what matters most to older adults leads to better care. 54% of students opted to record a video vs. sharing a written reflection. The powerful video reflections helped assess the students' understanding of an age-friendly health system and gave Rush authentic and valuable content that they published on their Schaalman Senior Voices website to further educate the larger Chicago community and advocate for the needs of older adults.