This day and age, searching for a job is less about visiting the company with the Internet at the job seekers’ fingertips. Now someone looking for a job can do a mobile job search specifically on your company website, filter through previous employee reviews of the company, and more. A company has to be on their A game online more so than ever.
This week’s Churchmag Hangout cover how to do church videos well (you can find previous hangouts here). Videos for churches are a great thing when done successfully. We wanted to give you some tips to not only make a great video but be successful at every step, including creating content ideas, setting up for the film, having the right equipment, and editing the video in the end.
This is our last contributor exclusive hangout. Details soon on how to join in on the ChurchMag Hangouts.
I push constantly for people to use images with whatever they do, whether it is to match a great blog, improve a good presentation, or make a tweet or Google+ status update pop. Yet, if I preach to use good photo habits, I should help you find them. So here is another installment of our monthly set of free stock photos for you to use however you want.
If you do use these, please cite back to this post that you found them here so others can find them too as well as the original author that took the photo. (We have done the legwork for you with this) I recommend the following citation: [HT 78p.tv | Image via This Person]
The world is a huge place, but with technology, it can seem like such a small world. Yet even with countries side-by-side, people are separated by anger, violence, and hate that many times is blind and ignorant that led to the initial conflict. Coca Cola seems to be trying to bridge this gap in ways that are both inviting for people to use their vending machines as well as inspiring for the Church to continue to find new and inventive ways to share the love of Christ with those that need to be loved on.
I am currently at camp with 250 middle school students, sharing the Gospel and living like Jesus for them. This is an exciting time and I love this week out of the year, but for the church technology enthusist in me, it is tough because my normal habits are out the window. I do not blog at regular times, I cannot study and write my Seminary papers normally, and good luck with me responding to you on social media.
Last week, I asked the Google+ Church Tech crew, assuming you are not the sound guy or some other tech leadership role, what do you take with you to camp. I have some great responses below and share what I bring. (You’ll be surprised)
Yesterday we shared our blogging habits in hopes to help churches and bloggers be a little more effective when writing articles. Today, we want to share some of the frustrations that you have, specifically what I hate about my blog. Note that some of these things are next to impossible to change as a one-man team and is not something that needs to be fixed every day, but should be addressed on a consistent basis.