Upload a photo or video to serve as a visual for the campaign.
Upload a good quality photo (or video) that is relevant to the cause or person you’re raising money for. Campaigns with powerful photos and videos perform better than campaigns with no photos or photos that are irrelevant to the cause.
Importance of “Description & Short Description”
“Description” is the story behind what you’re raising money for. This is visible when someone clicks on and opens your campaign page.
“Short Description” is a blurb about what you’re raising money for. This is visible when you share the campaign and also before someone clicks the campaign to read more. This portion should be short and compelling and make people want to read more or open your campaign page.
Share on social media platforms and through email/text
Social media is an excellent tool when it comes to getting information in front of a large audience in a short amount of time. Simply copy and paste your campaign URL in a Facebook post to share with family and friends. Or, use the “share” option which is located on your campaign page.
Show appreciation to your donors
Don’t forget to thank your donors for their generous contributions. Each donation, big or small, is helping fund your meaningful cause. Consider sending private “thank you’s” or posting on social media about the progress of your campaign. No need to mention names or amounts donated, simply express your gratitude for everyone’s support.