Recently, YouTube formally approved 60 crowdfunding platforms to add interactivity to YouTube videos. This allows to engage with viewers and make your videos more interactive.
60 sites globally were approved to be part of this program : angel.me (Europe), kickstarters (US), kiva (US) , Kickante (Brazil), Kibidango (Japan), Indiegogo (US), Patreon (US), change.org and most of the leading global fundraising and crowdfunding platforms.
To learn more:
- Add cards to videos:
You can use cards to add interactivity to your videos. Cards can point viewers to a specific URL (from a list of eligible sites) and show customized images, titles, and calls to action, depending on the card type.
- Use annotations in videos:
Annotations help you engage with viewers and make your videos more interactive. Learn more about using annotations in your videos and adding InVideo programming across your YouTube channel.
- Link to fundraising sites with annotations + general program
We believe this is a great tool to add more interactivity in your video and engage with your fans.