BlogTalkRadio.com

July 29, 2008

Image telling your Church Leadership that you can setup an Internet Talk Show for your Ministry. All it requires is an Internet Connection and a Phone. Sounds to good to be true?

The Technology is here and it’s FREE!! Welcome to Blog Talk Radio.

What is BTR?

BlogTalkRadio is the social radio network that allows users to connect quickly and directly with their audience. Using an ordinary telephone and computer hosts can create free, live, call-in talk shows with unlimited participants that are automatically archived and made available as podcasts. No software download is required. Listeners can subscribe to shows via RSS into iTunes and other feed readers.

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Facebook for Pastors Released

June 23, 2008

Facebook for Pastors by Chris Forbes is available now online. Thanks to all of you who spread the word and participated by submitting testimonials.

Facebook for Pastors
was written to help Pastors and other ministry leaders make the most of the popular social bookmarking tool, Facebook. It includes endorsements from Kent Shaffer, Greg Atkinson, Mark Driscoll, and many other Pastors and church leaders about the value of social networking. These are some of the topics covered:

  • * How to make the most of your profile information
  • * Tips for Networking with People in Facebook
  • * All about groups, messages, poking, etc
  • * Brand Your Ministry
  • * Meet prospects for your church
  • * Learn more about the members in your church
  • * Fine tune your communication skills
  • * Testimonies from Pastors who use Facebook
  • * and much more!

Get the e-book here free using this link: Facebook for Pastors
(PC users, right click and select “Save As” for best results)

http://ministrymarketingcoach.com/free-e-books/


Web Portals: The Next Step for Church Sites (Web Portals)

June 6, 2008

by Cindy Streett @ ChurchSolutionsMag.com

Just a few years ago, it was stressed that every organization must have a Web site. Having a Web site had become a key tool for reaching people and a requirement if you wanted to reach those young people who practically grew up with computers.

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