Excerpt from NetCasters: Using the Internet to Make Fishers of Men Chapter Three: Weaving the Nets: Building Your Internet Presence The Time magazine 2006 Person of the Year was you—the individual. The Internet made this possible. In declaring every person the Person of the Year in 2006, Time was recognizing a basic, fundamental shift in the state of communication, information, and ideas in this new millennium—and this was all made possible by the advent of the Internet—and m
Join me for the Philadelphia Christian Writers Conference, July 26-28. I will be the opening keynote speaker on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. My message is, "Declaring God’s Truth in a Digital Age of Half Truths." The Internet is connecting billions of people around the world – through social media, blogs, articles, book excerpts, tweets, videos, and many other forms. The opportunities to reach people with the Good News are seemingly endless, but we cannot assume we will always have
In this new interview with John Vonhof, author and speaker Craig von Buseck gives examples of how authors need a strategy to be successful in publishing. Craig talks about beta readers, time as a challenge -- including time wasters -- creating content for online magazines, and turning books into screenplays. Then finally, we spend time talking about ways to build an effective author platform. Craig von Buseck is the senior editor for digital content for Inspiration.org, an ar
The Internet is a dynamic tool for sharing the love of Jesus with the masses. The world is now meeting and talking on digital media — and the potential of sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with seekers is enormous. Jesus told his disciples Peter and Andrew that he would make them "fishers of men." Today, those desiring to see people come to Christ can also become fishers of men by casting a gigantic net on "the Net". To learn more, read Chapter One from my book, "NetCasters"