Tag Archives: Marketing
Posted on 20. Jul, 2009 by Kenny.
Peter Jackson has a new movie coming out next month called Sector 9. Being a fan of the SciFi genre, I’ll be seeing this one. It’s about aliens who come to earth seemingly accidentally and just want to leave. We humans; however, trap them here and segregate them off to their own isolated area. It looks to have lot of past and present social issues tied into this SciFi movie.
Last weekend I went to see a movie and saw this sign on the bathroom door.
If you hadn’t seen the preview of this movie, you’d probably wonder what this sign is all about. There is a web address at the bottom that one could look up for more information.… Read the rest
Posted on 28. Jun, 2009 by Kenny.
Today I ate lunch at a new restaurant and this on their menu made me really happy. Two months ago I was in the elevator at the Dr. Pepper museum in Waco and they had a sign saying they were on twitter. I just love it when I see little businesses like these showing up on twitter. If it’s a company or organization I like, I want to get updates from them.
I’m just curious. Is your church on twitter? How about your ministry?
I love it when I see ministries jumping on twitter. Is it making a significant difference? Probably not. Is it niche marketing hitting a specific market? Yup. It’s too easy not to do.
I did snatch a twitter account for our children’s ministry several months ago although we don’t really use it… yet.… Read the rest
Posted on 07. May, 2009 by Kenny.
Perhaps I’m going to come off prudish for this post. I got home from Burger King really impressed with what I had experienced. Then I saw part of this commercial.
I’ll give Burger King credit for stepping out there and taking risks. In my opinion they’re no where near the top of the stack, but they’re fighting to gain market share. They did some pretty innovative stuff with their Whopper Virgins web campaign (that was some funny stuff). It was directed for adults though. However, this commercial really confused me. It’s a throwback to the song “Baby Got Back” which would be geared to my generation. However, since Spongebob has a “square butt,” the messaging seems to be directed to kids as well.… Read the rest
Posted on 30. Jun, 2008 by Kenny.
Okay, one more postcard for your review. The image on the left is the front of the card. Since this week is a holiday week, I need to get this off to the printer before the end of the day, so if you have any suggestions, let me know.
Thanks … Read the rest
Posted on 30. Jun, 2008 by Kenny.
I’d like your opinion on this poster. It is an 11×17 inch poster. I really like the design and the simplicity of it all. I already have postcards that go into more detail. Is this enough for my poster or does it need more info? The postcard is here. Help me out here. Oh, and I have to get this off to the printer in the early afternoon, so if you have an opinion and the time, I’d appreciate it!
BTW, I’m going to post the original files for all these graphics I’m working on on the site in a few days. I can include it all except for the backgrounds that I purchased. The license states that I cannot share or give away the files, however, I will give you the link to the file I used so you can download it yourself (not very expensive anyway).… Read the rest
Posted on 28. Jun, 2008 by Kenny.
I’d like to say that they never worked, but as a kid I was a big fan of Psalty the Singing Songbook and Charity the Church Mouse. I had the records and cassette tapes with the kiddie-dopey illustrations… and I think I loved it. Children’s Pastors take notice… it’s not the 80′s anymore!
Always having been a young Children’s Pastor, I’ve tired my best to create an elementary ministry that related to the kids we were trying to reach. What seemed to work for me as a 5th grader did not work for me. I remember being so frustrated with music options 8-10 years ago. I couldn’t find worship songs that didn’t sound like the music was recorded with toy instruments.… Read the rest