How to Make a Viral Video
Searching for new ways of promoting your business, program, or event? In today’s technology driven, social media infused world, tech is a great way to boost those mentioned above. One fun and budget friendly avenue is to make a short video in the hopes that is extensively viewed on YouTube and shared widely via social media and email, commonly known as going ‘viral’.
Eepybird Studios, a professional viral video ad company, suggest nonprofits use viral videos as a mechanism to help spread their message. The company has a Viral Video Toolkit for nonprofits available online, which can be accessed by clicking here.
Inspired by Eepybird Studios, The Cascade Alliance decided to try to make our own viral video to promote the St. Vinnie’s book department so we could create a how-to for our members. With this in mind, we tried to mimic viral videos of book dominos inspiration from Rube Goldberg contraptions. Check out our first attempt below!
The domino effect has hit St. Vinnies. Searching for a certain book? The idea might sound daunting but our friendly staff are here to help! Come shop our book selection – we have one of the largest selections of used books in Lane County!
Posted by St. Vinnie's Stores on Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Please enjoy this step by step guide down below, informed by our first viral video attempt!