If you’re reading this post, I highly doubt you’re interested in ways to run an unsuccessful mobile email campaign.
Who wants to do that, right?
And don’t think, “It’s just a church newsletter” or “It’s just a ministry newsletter,” because the same principles that apply to online business communication applies, here. Just translate some of the terminology, like “shopping” for “donations,” while language like “call to action” remain the same.
Take a look and I’ll give you my biggest take-away after the infographic.
A non-religious community support group on Reddit.com has been taking a stand against their own personal use of pornography. For various reasons — usually because they recognize the negative effects it has had on their life — these Reddit users are voluntarily abstaining from using porn.
A survey was taken of these Reddit users and mixed with other research data gathered from various sources, and compiled into an interesting infographic that is featured on ProjectKnow.com.
From this infographic, there are at least five different non-religious reasons to avoid pornography.
How is it that January only has one week left!?!
This month is going by faster than a box of Reese’s Pieces!
When I saw the title of this new Tripp & Tyler video, I had to watch it. Not just because it was Tripp & Tyler, although that’s reason enough, but because I’ve been on enough conference calls to know that this was going to be #EPIC.
And it was.
Inspiration can often times be found in the most unexpected places at the oddest of times.
Have you ever found your Nintendo Wii or webcam to be inspirational? Or how about an app like Microsoft Word?
Twisted Sifter shares these (and others) with a little help from Life Advice from Machines…
This really puts video game console prices into perspective!
Considering the adjusted price of an Intellivision, it makes my NES, SNES and Playstation look like bargains!
Check it out:
I just recently finished switching out my church’s website from Joomla to WordPress. (For more on how we came to this decision, check this post.) We built out site using ChurchTheme.com’s Resurrect theme, which has been specifically designed for churches, and it is awesome.
Anyway, in this process, I’ve been forced to ask some fairly heavy philosophical questions that really cut to the heart of what I was a doing. Yes, I was just building a website, but a website for a church should be a digital representation of what your church believes, teaches, and does. It should be a way for prospective attenders to meet your pastor and “tour” your church before ever arriving.
Long story short, here are those three questions and why I feel like they were important.