As a Social Media Manager at LocalGood, I was responsible for holding social media events and leading the creative team. We held a raffle where I assigned each team member to design content for Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok. I created this video with trending audio for Instagram. For this raffle, we partnered with another company to increase reach and engagement for their business.
-Make the raffle easy to enter, so more people engage with our content.
-Post creative reminders about the raffle on our stories every day to increase awareness and reach.
-Collaborate with team to produce raffle content for Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok.
HOW TO ENTER: ⤵
Hey everyone! We are doing a raffle featuring these gorgeous clay earrings created by Kayla French, the founder of MadeByClayla!
You receive an entry for each task you complete:
-Comment and Like this post
-Tag a friend who loves jewelry in the comments.
-Follow us (2 entries)
-Share this post on your story (2 entries)
⭐ The raffle closes on the 31st of this month at 11:59 pm. The winner will be announced the next day on our story (8/1)! ⭐
Sample 2: Instagram/TikTok Reel
For this reel, I used trending audio to create a short Instagram video for After Dark Illustrations that received 20.5k views.
Sample 3: Story Telling Content
Rain splattered against the window as Steve relaxed in his cozy recliner. The swirling clouds above painted the sky a startling mix of silver and charcoal. Luckily, he was safe inside his warm abode, listening to the pitter-patter against the window panes.
Plip! Plop! Plip! Plop!
Beads of water drenched the earth.
Steve gazed outside his front door. Grey, blue, and gloomy hues entered his vision. The winter storm was shockingly beautiful. Amidst the chaos, his mind lit up with a spark of creativity…
A new work of art was born.
‘Winterview’ is a photograph inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic and the stark beauty of winter and rain. Steve Hauck is an award-winning photojournalist and the founder of Videre. Learn more about each story behind his profound photographs on the LocalGood website!