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Posts Tagged ‘content’

Power to the Pews: We’re All Content Creators
2 Comments » May 31, 2012

Power to the Pews: We’re All Content Creators

Everyday people are the ones who create, report and share the news today. From the US Airways plane landing in the Hudson River to Super Bowl commentary. People create their ...

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Power to the Pews: Church Devotional Content
3 Comments » May 9, 2012

Power to the Pews: Church Devotional Content

The pastor isn't the only one who can take on the great commission. What if the people in the pews started creating and sharing devotional material?

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Copy Matters: Why Should I Care About Copy
2 Comments » March 5, 2012

Copy Matters: Why Should I Care About Copy

This is part one of a new series on copy. To start with, why should you care about copy? In the beginning was the Word...

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In the Trenches: Start Blogging
6 Comments » October 17, 2011

In the Trenches: Start Blogging

A pastor in training learns that blogging is an opportunity to preach to those who would never go to church.

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What’s Your Story?
1 Comment » September 7, 2011

What’s Your Story?

Each piece of online content is a brick in the wall of your story. With a lot a lot of bricks you can build an incredible story that communicates the ...

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Context & Voice by Vince Marotte
No Comments » July 22, 2011

Context & Voice by Vince Marotte

Putting church content in context and urging church creatives to have a larger role in forming a church's content.

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Bridging the Communication Gap
7 Comments » July 22, 2011

Bridging the Communication Gap

Too many pastors lack the basic abilities to use modern communication tools. Too many tech savvy people lack the abilities and/or the freedom to create content.

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Repurposing Content for Maximum Impact
7 Comments » September 29, 2010

Repurposing Content for Maximum Impact

Many churches struggle to produce quality content week-after-week, and what they do produce often falls into the ether, never to be heard from again. But Brandon Cox suggests a better ...

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