6 Tips for Making a Perfect Project Page

Written by Telus on Monday April 6, 2015

This is the big pitch to audiences AND our jury about what you want to make and why. Here’s the pitch video that Poison Snake made for their song “Put Me On Film.”

1. Pitch video

This is the big pitch to audiences AND our jury about what you want to make and why. Here’s the pitch video that Poison Snake made for their song “Put Me On Film.”

2. Soundcloud embed

What’s a music video without a song? Nothing. (We even made a video about that very subject.) So make sure your song is on SoundCloud and linked to your Project Page.

Please make sure it is a full song. Not a demo. Not a half-finished tune recorded on your cell phone. We need a full, real song. Finally, the song has to be yours (or a song you own all the necessary rights to use). You cannot use a song that you don’t have full permission to use.

3. Video lead AND Music lead

Good photos, good bio. You know how your mother told you to wear clean underwear in case you got in a car accident? You should really have great photos for your music and video project leads in case new fans come to your page. Check out Poison Snake and Director Talia Singh as a team below:

4. Short description

Amazing description for the public to get them pumped about your video. Grab our attention. Make us remember your pitch.

5. Promo Plan

If your video gets funded tell us how are you’re going to tell the world about it. Will there be social media? Will there be live events? Will there some creative marketing magic to get you over the finish line?

6. Load up your social networks.

Connect all your top social network accounts to your page so that your new fans can easily follow you and get your updates. So what are you waiting for? Sign up your team for STORYHIVE Music Video edition and make yourself an awesome project page. You’ll be one step closer to a $10k grant for your next music video.

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