Tag: blogging

  • Go Far Together With an Internship

    Wrote about our intern experience last summer for iThemes, sharing how valuable an internship can be for everyone involved. We’re hoping to bring on more interns.

  • Deliver on Your Promises

    “So many issues are avoided by just delivering on your promises.” –Andrew Norcross

  • Happy Christmas

    Lots of Christmas fun from Church Marketing Sucks, including 57 Christmas videos, the power of tradition and church attendance stats.

  • 99 Productivity Tips

    Put together a list of 99 working from home tips for iThemes. It’s in-depth and full of productivity goodness.

  • Veterans Day

    Wrote a few quick Veterans Day posts for iThemes and Church Marketing Sucks, highlighting the work of Happy Joe to train veterans in WordPress and Mark Horvath and his work with homeless veterans. While we are thankful for our veterans, it’s great to be able to do more than say thank you.

  • Take Action

    “At the end of the day, taking action is going to give you the most valuable experience.” –Jared Atchison

  • Better Communication Going on a Decade

    Church Marketing Sucks celebrates its 10th anniversary this month! We’ve been editing the blog since the beginning. Anniversary festivities include asking if church marketing still sucks, giving out discounts and lots of great stuff.

  • Love Will Find a Way

    Allison Vesterfelt invited me to write a guest post on her blog about my new book, 137 Books in One Year. I shared the truth that if you love something, you’ll find a way to do it.

  • Table Project Website

    Table Project Website

    Initially hired to proof web copy, we eventually came on as an ongoing communication consultant, helping to create and execute a communication plan that covered blogging, email newsletters and social media, we vastly expanded the support content and we spearheaded new projects. Learn more about the work we did for the Table Project.

  • Church Marketing Sucks

    Church Marketing Sucks

    Churches have a communications problem. They claim to have the greatest story ever told, but they don’t know how to tell it. Enter Church Marketing Sucks. The blog began in 2004, challenging churches to communicate their message effectively. We oversee all editorial content, including blog posts, email newsletters, social media and more. Learn more about […]