What is StageClip and How does it work?

StageClips are individualized on-stage video clips for students who participate in graduation (approx 30-60 seconds long).  Clips feature their name, degree and school branding.  StageClips are ready straight after the ceremony for graduates to post on social media from their mobile phones.

1. PRE - EVENT

Sample Clip 

We create your clip

Clip Website 

We set up your dedicated clip website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 2.  Event Day

 

Your graduation coordinator uploads a running order to our website.


Why is StageClip so popular?

  • Event organizers, Marketing, Communications and Alumni departments recognize graduation as the biggest global PR opportunity for their institution. 
  • Video content is king in social media marketing and live content is the holy grail. 
  • Excellent value for money.  Starting at $1 per clip it's the cheapest form of social media marketing available and it's 'sticky'.  You are not paying for rented space ads on  Facebook, Google etc.
  • The metrics are impressive. For example, 1000 clips posted on Instagram gives you 159,000 views.

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What are the other benefits of StageClip?

Enhanced graduate experience

  • The big moment, in the moment.  Friends and family not present can be part of the experience too .
  • Graduates passionately share their StageClips with the world. Their advocacy is your most powerful marketing.

Alumni Engagment

  • Newest Alumni become your strongest ambassadors and future donors.
  • Collect clean, real-time data from alumni whilst they wait for their clips to download.

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Showcase your Institution

  • A happy engaged audience is the key to broadcasting your Institution values globally.  See a 'View and Share' page.
  • Build institution integrity with on-brand visual language, relevant messaging and professional clips.
  • Drive future recruitment with powerful social media. Align clips with your institutions strengths.
  • Include extra video content for more relevance - a ‘congratulations’ message from the Principal or a feature on a key institution attribute, for example.

 

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