Generate an unlimited amount of authentic UGC with eva
Retain the rights to videos created in your campaign.
Easily access and curate videos and publish to any social platform.
Who's using it?
From agencies and charities to entertainment and e-commerce – eva is a powerful tool for any brand in any sector.
"We are delighted with our Movember channel on eva… Having a new platform to help spread awareness of men’s health has been extremely valuable for us, giving our community a place to share the story of their MO’s and show off their MOVEs"
Director of Community Engagement for Movember Canada
"Channels offer brands a unique and innovative way to reach eva users through quality content. Brands become part of the content rather than an interruption and can engage with and influence conversations in new, fun ways that deliver real results"
Co-Founder of eva
"We loved being a part of the PerfectProposal weekend on eva… our Red Letter Days channel on eva has also allowed us to show off some of the many unforgettable experiences we offer in London in an innovative and fun way!"
Head of Brand & Partnerships for Red Letter Days
Video case studies
Take control of your user generated content
While UGC campaigns have the potential to transform the way users interact with your brand, they can also hurt your brand’s reputation forever. If only there was a way to remove the risk: to provide your fans with the freedom they need to create authentic content, while also being able to curate and control the entire journey…
With eva and Captevate you don’t have to give up control. The real video social network is the perfect UGC tool. eva is a space where fans create videos that your brand then owns. Share these videos in a public channel, or turn it private to curate the feed. Whichever you choose, these videos are immediately accessible in Captevate – our easy to use online video editor – where you can quickly pull together powerful video edits to share on social media.
Interested? Of course you are.
Embracing UGC (User Generated Chaos)
Forbidden Technologies plc CEO Aziz Musa
The Marketing Technologist Forum 2016