If you’re a blogger, writer, speaker or storyteller, you sometimes get stuck for ideas and inspiration. Copyblogger’s first-ever infographic still offers timeless help for creating compelling content. Continue reading 22 Ways to Create Compelling Content
For e4e’s 2017 blog tour, I’m featuring bloggers and writers who plan to attend the Bloggers and Authors Meetup (BAM) at the U.S. Staff conference in July. I hope this blog tour will raise the excitement and interest in BAM. Continue reading BAM17 Writers’ Tour
Throughout the centuries, Christians have embraced new tools to take the message of God’s Kingdom to their known world. One of the most influential was Gutenberg’s printing press of 1450, the first ripple which would grow to today’s tsunami of digital mass communication. Continue reading Embracing New Tools for God’s Kingdom
Writing takes so long because most of us don’t really know what we want to say. We write and rewrite and write some more to figure out what we’re thinking. Then we hone it, and we wonder if it is any good at all. Continue reading Why Writing Takes So Long and What You Can Do about It (Guest Post)
If you desire to sow God’s good news and watch it grow in people’s hearts and minds, then have you considered the potential harvest from your labors on the Internet? You may have a lasting impact even after you’re no longer able to post. Continue reading Are You Sharing Your Faith Online?
Did you know you can track who opens your emails with free software from HubSpot? (I’m referring to email conversations, not a MailChimp mass mailing.) If that doesn’t raise your interest, maybe this story will… Continue reading Track Who Opens Your Emails