You’ve put in all the hard work and time to organize your pow wow and make it the best yet – but how do you share your event with members who cannot come and to the greater world?
Our professional, interactive webcasting experience solves this problem, allowing you to reach out to tribe members who cannot attend while giving you a lasting record of the event.
Already streaming your Pow Wow live? We can help you reach a wider audience, just ask about PowWows.com syndication!
Video marketing is one of the most significant growth areas of 2017; an incredible one-third of online activity today is spent by people watching online video, and 80% of people have confessed that they would rather watch a live video than read about the event after.
These are just a couple of statistics in an ocean of internet behavior indicating that live video marketing is the most powerful way to engage with your audience.
For pow wows, this means reaching out to members of your tribe across the nation and beyond, while giving those closer to home who cannot travel easy access from multiple internet-enabled devices.
At PowWows.com, we have had the privilege of hosting 75 live pow wow webcasts. Our technical expertise and professionalism can now come to work for you:
Our webcasting service doesn’t just offer technical expertise – we also help you to dramatically increase interest from potential sponsors:
people reached on social media
likes on Facebook
Starting at $3,000
Rate $1,000/10,000 subscribers
$30,000 for 300,000 views
Rate $.0186 per piece
$5,580 dollars for 300,000 views
Rates $5/1,000 views
$1,500 for 300,000 views
Paul Gowder and Powwows.com have been a major support to the Manito Ahbee Festival since its inception in 2006. Thru Powwows.com live streaming our International Pow Wow, we have been able to reach audiences throughout Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Asia and North America and each year we are seen by over a million people worldwide. All of the videos, webcast and social media posts from powwows.com continues to generate an audience for the Festival as the content lives on for years.
– Lisa Meeches – Manito Ahbee