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Building Brand And Audience As Part Of The New Evangelization Video 1

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Uploaded by on Apr 12, 2014

As I talk to folks wanting to engage in online sharing of the Gospel message and evangelism I often get questions around how to drive site traffic, build an audience, and establish an online reputation. After a call with some marketing folks I work with I decided I should really make a concerted effort to share some of my thoughts around the subject of online social on my technical blog After further reflection I thought that I should also share a version of those thoughts here on my faith blog as well. So without any particular order as topics I have started recording what my be termed a rough brainstorm of my thoughts around social media, brand building and such. I have the first ten recorded and am starting to process those and will release one or two a week. With the weather turning nice I think I will be able to get out the Iado outfit and have some fun recording some of these as the Samurai as well. If you have any areas of particular interest on these subjects let me know and I will try and get them incorporated. God Bless - Peace. To learn more see

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