As a blogger, you want to be aware of ways to bring in more traffic to your site. Don’t just hope to attract random visitors. Continue reading Does Your Blog Have the Answer to Someone’s Question?
I’ve been posting on my evangelistic blog since February 2007. This morning in my inbox, I received this email: “Someone said YES to Jesus!” Continue reading Tips for Sharing the Gospel through Your Blog
Tim Casteel: “. . . one particular issue has plagued me and pushed me to read – why does the iPhone exert such a gravitational pull on me? And what is that doing to me/us spiritually? These are the 10 Books on Technology that were the most helpful for me (in order of helpfulness).” Continue reading The Top 10 Books on Technology (Guest Post)
The extensive slideshow at Digital 2019: Global Internet Use Accelerates, has 221 slides with charts on social, mobile, age, gender, literacy, voice control usage, Internet speeds, and more. If you dig into all the reports and links, 5000+ charts are available for free Continue reading The 2019 Global Digital Report
We’re ready to look inside MailChimp. I’ll be explaining lists, segments, groups, and tags. Resist the temptation to skip over this information. By understanding these features and knowing how to use them, you’ll actually send less email to people. Continue reading Inside MailChimp
Many of your friends, acquaintances, and associates are active on different social media sites. You’ll want to be on social media to make new friends, to minister to others professionally and/or spiritually, and to let your financial partners know you (and your family and ministry) better. This post will help you have a feel for the different platforms and where you might be able to build an online ministry. Continue reading How to Choose Your Social Media Platforms by Your Audience