Writing an engaging script for the crowdfunding audience can sound overwhelming. But, this is not as hard as you may think and with the right structure and tools you can draft a concrete pitching script. Below is a structure that can be followed on to building your script that can help you communicate an effective […]
Writing an engaging script for the crowdfunding audience can sound overwhelming. But, this is not as hard as you may think and with the right structure and tools you can draft a concrete pitching script.
Below is a structure that can be followed on to building your script that can help you communicate an effective pitch to your audience.
Open with the problem
In order to hook your audience, it’s important to make the instant connect with the problem they may be facing, by doing this the right audience will be engaged and relate to your content and know if it’s worth continuing watching further. This can be done by asking a relevant question to the problem or pressing the pain point for the consumer.
Introduce your solution
This is where you introduce your solution, this could be the name of your product or business and explaining how it can solve a problem.
How does your solution works?
If your solution offers a product then it’s a good idea to give an overview, how the product works, you don’t need to go too in detail of every feature but making viewers known about the benefits and how it differs from your competitors will show the USP of your product.
Client and Experts Testimonials
If your product or services are already on the market, it’s important to validate with some statements, this could be testimonials from your existing customers or industry experts validating the project.
At the end of the video, it’s good to conclude your video with a small recap and how donors or investors can participate, you want to excite them enough to join your journey and leave them with encouragement to take an action. This could be a pledge for donation or call to action statement.
I hope this guide helps you with drafting your script, It’s important to keep in mind this is just a skeleton and there are no strict rules to follow this and depending on your key message you have to to find your own voice and style in narrating your pitch. Rules are there to be broken so don’t be afraid to go creative with it as long the main structure is covered.