National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) held its International
Christian Media Convention in Nashville this year. I attended for a
couple of days, even though there is nothing about what I
do in alignment with NRB's mission to "spread the life-changing
Truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through every electronic medium
I talk about marketing here and I don't care if you're
Christian, atheist, or somewhere in between.
Still, I know a good opportunity when it knocks... On this
episode of RED Podcast, I talk about what I saw and what I
learned at the event.
What You'll Learn:
- The most important characteristic of entrepreneurs
- Why I was in the same room as Ted Cruz
- What a church can teach you about blogging, podcasting,
and online video
- A lesson on content creation from an old school
- The reason I personally edit every single episode of RED
Podcast (even though there are professional audio editors who could
do the job better)
- Is it a church or a shopping mall?
- Why it seems like Kirk Cameron is in every Christian movie
- What it takes to compete in the Christian movie business (or
any movie business)
- There is no excuse for this...
- My connection to VeggieTales
- Two types of companies at a Christian business convention --
which one are you?
- Why a 21-year-old life coach has a hard time getting
business (even though he may be able to help you)
- The reason evangelical Christians can't stand Donald Trump --
remember this when you next promote your business
- An advantage some atheist entrepreneurs have over
Christians and other "religious" entrepreneurs (but only a
- The problem with putting your content on satellite television
- What Jesus would do...
- The lie marketers tell about selling books on Amazon
- Christian? Secular? Either way, this is the most
effective form of marketing...
- A "feel good" marketing technique that will get you nowhere (so
stop doing it immediately)
Links To Things I Talk About:
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