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Effective Storytelling with Social Media [Infographic]

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If you are running the blog for your ministry, the social media account for your church, or some kind of marketing for your brand, you need effective storytelling for who you are representing. How do you share a church’s story that might include hundreds or thousands of people over five, ten, or one hundred years? Even more […]


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Decimate Writer’s Block: Never Run Out of Blogger Fuel

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You are sitting at your desk staring at a blank screen. A deadline is looming and your to-do list is growing like a hoarder’s collection of newspapers. You put your hands on the keyboard and lightly tap your fingers in hopes that somehow words will appear on the page in coherent sentences. Nothing happens. Nothing. There […]


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Corporate Digital Marketing: Hitting the True Goal

Corporate Digital Marketing - Hitting the True Goal

Some would say that the goal of digital marketing is website traffic, social media likes, reshares and engagement, or just a general improvement of brand. While these are all good things and stuff that should be sought by any digital marketer regardless of your company’s dealings, for churches and ministries, this is not the ultimate […]


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5 Things A Blog Editor Needs To Focus On

Earlier this month, I wrote on how churches should consider hiring a blogging editor instead of a blogger. I recognize that many church leaders may know the qualities a church blogger should have, but might not know some of the key differences between that position and a church blogging editor. I would like to help […]


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Your Church Needs A Blog Editor

Numerous times churches and ministries have asked me, how do we get a blog running. Through the formal consulting process, we would look at their needs, goals, resources, and approaches that have already been made. More times than not, I have told them that they needed to hire someone. This could be a person that […]



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4 Reasons to Kiss RSS Goodbye

It might sound strange for a blogger, but I’m giving up on RSS. With over 75 blogs in a Feedly queue that publish new content regularly there is just too much to keep track of. This is part of a larger effort to streamline workflows and create some margin in my life. As a family […]



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The Power of the Power Nap [Infographic]

Tired? Need a nap? I hate that feeling, especially when I am busy and need to get  a lot done, but instead of fighting off the Zzz’s with more coffee and louder music, perhaps it would be wiser to hit the pillow for a few and have a power nap? Take a look at this […]



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Feeding the Digital Sheep: Consistent Church Blog Content

One of my favorite parts of my day is checking my RSS feed. When GoogleReader died, I wept. I seriously enjoy reading my RSS feed, and I really enjoy sharing good content with my friends and family. Thus, when I began to create a new website for my church, I also decided that we need […]



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Jetpack 2.8 Brings Easy-to-Use Markdown to WordPress

Jetpack is one of those apps that WordPress users either love or hate. Those on the Love side focus on the collection of easy to use features that most users want such as sharing buttons, contact forms, Stats and a built in responsive template as an easy solution for non techsavey self hosted bloggers and […]



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Pastoral Blogging: Your Church is Your Platform

I’ve touched on this theme a lot lately, but I think I want to hammer it home with one more post. There’s been a lot written in the past year or two aimed at helping pastors build a “platform,” a place of prominence, respect, and/or visibility from which they can address the world at large. […]



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Use Technology to Your Advantage

There are so many tools you can use to organise yourself and increase productivity that you can get nothing done trying to work them all out. Few tips when creating a new system for life or ministry: – ask your peers what they use – what technology do you have available right now? – what [&hellip

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