Saturday Sunday Share #108



Ouch. The Independence Day weekend left Saturday Sunday Share a little light this past week.

None the less, we carry on and celebrate!

Here’s last week’s share:

  • Paul Clifford – is the world record holder for the most Saturday Sunday Shares. Just sayin’. Check out his share, it’s worth at least two, if not three.

What have you been busy doing this week?

Any websites built? Art created? Logos designed? Church office networks installed?


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Eric Dye

I am a blogger, business owner and lover of coffee. I spend most of my time as Programs Director for Open Church, but you'll also find me as a writer and editor for ChurchMag, as well as working on Live Theme and ChurchMag Press. All while enjoying my family and sipping espresso in Italy.

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  1. says

    I was only a small part of it (one of almost 6,000 singers and a kickstarter backer) but I’m very proud of the new Virtual Choir production that launched this week. Such a great example of the ways technology can be used to bring people together. Very epic end result that is very different to normal choir stuff too.

    I also had my latest article published on Wyn Magazine (a new publication about mental and emotional health in the Christian community) this week

  2. says

    Good talking to you today during the hangout, Eric.

    This week I crossed 15,000 twitter followers and 900 newsletter subscribers. I think I’m starting to get the idea behind Google+, so I’m going to invest more time there.

    You know me. Five days, five shows at I’ve started a strategy of writing up what I’m going to talk about for the next week. I’m wondering if I could get a month ahead so I can post stuff earlier. Someone did point out that I hadn’t posted the subscribe links for the podcasts, so I did that, too (

    The July contest ( is still going and numbers are still increasing. I hope more soon.

    There’s always more to do. I got a consulting client this week and maybe an advertising opportunity, so things are starting to look up. I’d love to have the problem of being sold out of advertising inventory, but I’m far from there, yet.



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