MyCom Podcast Ep. 022: Making the jump to video announcements with Laurens Glass
Announcements are a double-edged sword in church marketing. They are necessary to be in the know, but they can also be a real drag. Today we're talking about the pros, cons, and how to's of video announcements. Joining us is our very own video guru, Laurens Glass!, a.k.a. Chicken Soup for the Soul!
- How to create a ministry spotlight during worship
- Capture attention with creative church announcements
- How to do video announcements: 5 questions to ask
- 5 out-of-the-box ways to use video to promote your church
- Video marketing Part 1: Can I do it and is it worth it?
- Video marketing Part 2: Production tips for video marketing
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Video marketing Part 1: Can I do it and is it worth it?
Technology and lower costs make video production accessible to most churches. Let usdispel misconception, so you may enhance your church marketing efforts with video! Read More
Video marketing Part 2: Production tips for video marketing
Although countless viral videos prove content triumphs over production quality, we still want to cover basic filming techniques. If you have prep time, follow these tips to enhance your efforts. Read More
How to do video announcements: 5 questions to ask
Video announcements may seem daunting, but creating them is a great introduction to basic video editing and could really breathe new life into all areas of your ministry. Read More
How to create a ministry spotlight during worship
Incorporate a three- to four-minute “ministry moment” during weekly worship services to celebrate ministries and inspire those who attend to become involved. Read More
5 out-of-the-box ways to use video to promote your church
Unleash your video creativity to increase the effectiveness of your church promotion. Read More
Capture attention with creative church announcements
Don't let church announcements take away from the most important aspects of worship. Here are four ways to creatively communicate and keep people focused on what's important. Read More