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Did you know the average american spends over 60 hours a month online? That one and every 9 people on earth has a Facebook account? That Facebook boast more than 800 million active users? That YouTube has 490 million unique users who visit every month? That people upload 3,000 images to Flickr every minute of … Read More
At the Texas Ministry Conference, we were asked to provide a number of web site resources to help creatives working for and at churches. This is a good list to get started. If you have some that we have yet to mention, please comment below. Stock CreationSwap iStockPhoto ShutterStock Worship House Media Graceway Media Igniter … Read More
We were honored to a have a seat at the 2012 annual Texas Ministry Conference, both actively and passively. Below is a video from our brief keynote presentation segment led by our Co-Owner and CEO, Tim Peters. Did you know? The average American spends over 60 hours a month online. That … 10 to 20% … Read More
Thirty seconds is a short span, and yet so much can be communicated in that time. This past Super Bowl opened my eyes to the power of communicating a message in 30 seconds. Although I was not overly impressed with this year’s commercials, I did take away some key lessons that translate to the Web. … Read More
I’ve never posed for a painting, but I recently came pretty close. At least, that’s how it felt. A senior at a nearby high school asked if I would answer a handful of design-related questions. My first reaction was to look behind myself, before asking, “Who? Me?” While the interview may not exactly have been … Read More
Due to the Internet boom, marketing has greatly evolved. Outbound Marketing (TV ads, billboards, direct mail) is no longer relied upon to learn about products and services. Inbound Marketing (search engines, social media, etc) has given people alternative ways for finding and researching brands. The new marketing communication — Inbound Marketing — has become a two-way … Read More
Beware of SEOs that claim to guarantee rankings. Do those words make me sound like a disgruntled marketeer who is starving for business? They shouldn’t. They belong to Google. Contrary to the bogus advertisers that blitz our inbox each week, no one can guarantee top rankings with Google. No one. There is no magic bullet. … Read More