The Solution to Becoming a Strong Multi-Site Church

July 27, 2016

In recent years, the multi-site church model has become increasingly popular. Most churches open a new campus when they approach 1,000 members, but about 50% of those churches say that they could have opened a satellite campus even sooner, at around 850 members.

If your ministry is thinking about opening an additional location, that means you’re reaching a growing number of engaged members and people are excited about joining your community. This can only happen when a church truly connects with its members to deliver a message they want and need, so congratulations!

One of the biggest decisions to make when opening new campuses is determining how to share your main sermon with separate locations. BoxCast’s Multi-Site Video Player is the solution to enabling remote campuses to watch your live broadcasts seamlessly.

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7 Things You Need to Include on Your Sports Team's Website

July 20, 2016

The power of a sports team’s website is undeniable.

In many cases, it’s your team’s first introduction to the outside world and, if done right, it can seamlessly communicate important and necessary information to your players and fans.

Despite the fact that 86.75% of the U.S. population uses the internet, many sports programs struggle to maximize their site’s potential. Below are seven important things you should include on your website.

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How to Reach Your Entire Congregation When You Need to

July 19, 2016

There are times when you want to deliver a message to your congregation, but you can’t wait until your weekend service.

Natural disasters and other unexpected events in the community present instances when you might not want to wait to communicate with those who need to hear from you now.

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Why Your Sports Team Needs a Social Media Manager

July 14, 2016

 You’ve set up a great live stream and are ready to broadcast the success of your athletic teams for everyone to see. You’ve even set up ticketing to monetize your stream. But how do you market it?

When it comes to getting the word out about your live video streams, many experts will point you to social media platforms.

This article discusses why sports organizations at any level should have a dedicated social media manager who gives life to the team’s social media presence - someone who can create and post content, engage with viewers, and best represent your organization to a massive audience. 

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How to Bridge the Technology Gap in Live Video Streaming

July 13, 2016

If you are live video streaming your content, you’ve already shown that reaching your community is important to you. Still, you aren’t reaching everyone you can.

There are members of your church who can’t attend services and aren’t taking advantage of live streaming. In many cases, this is because they simply do not know how.

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4 Easy Ways to Become an Awesome Sports Parent

July 08, 2016

Parenting a young athlete is no easy task. As your children pour themselves into their sports, you have to help them navigate the triumphant ups and the devastating downs of competition. All the while, your own emotions are constantly prodded. You want to see them succeed and it can be difficult to watch your child in the face of adversity.

Still, coping with your own emotions is essential to your child’s athletic development. As recruitment starts at younger ages than ever before, college coaches are interacting with more recruit’s parents. Here are a few tips to keep in mind throughout your sports parenting journey:

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