Our team knows video content. More importantly, we know user-generated video and we want to help tap everyone into it.
User-generated video is not just a buzzword, it’s one of the most powerful forms of content marketing and within 5 years, 60% of social media video will be from your community. These videos create amazing opportunities to engage, deepen relationships and ultimately, share your stories and successes. That’s why we built Vloggi to make collecting those videos easy. It’s what drives us.
Justin Wastnage founded Vloggi in late 2018, with the aim of making video more accessible for businesses, brands and communities. Realising the best way to do this, was through accessing the footage that your customers, colleagues and community create. By 2021 we had become one of the leading UGC platforms, still solely focused on video.
Our talented team is growing and our customer successes are sky-rocketing. We have built a self-service software-as-a-service tool that continues to focus on making collecting video submissions easy. More than that, we are building technology to automate video production with automatic tagging, sorting and collating. Our journey has an exciting future ahead and we hope you join us for the ride.
Vloggi is a tool that allows customers to collect and curate videos from their community easily. With a few clicks of the button, you can share a link and watch as videos come flying in, automatically branded.
To execute video brand advocacy well, many would argue you need eight arms. You need to source, script, share upload links, chase IP rights, collate, edit, manage content and publish all at once.
It’s smart, quick and ever-changing.
Introducing Oggi. A smart, quick and ever-changing octopus who is obsessed with helping you create multi-user, multi-location video content. As you embark on your video brand advocacy journey, Oggi is going to help make it successful.
Oggi is the secret, hidden member of our team. He not only grabs your community’s video clips from hard-to-reach places, but sorts them, tags them, jots down the location, styles them, formats them and packages them up ready for publication.