Thursday, January 08, 2009

An (YouTube) Experiment


Kevin Watson at deeplycommitted has started an experiment to see how much social capital Methodist bloggers have. This experiment was prompted by the feeling among some Methodist bloggers that United Methodism does not always do as good of a job as it could at getting the Wesleyan message out there, particularly on-line. So, he wants to see how many views a YouTube video can get if Methodist bloggers work together to promote it. The experiment is to see how many hits the video will receive in two weeks.

If you want to participate you can: First, watch the video below. Second, copy and paste this entire post into a new post on your blog and post it. Third, remind people about this experiment in one week.

Based on the results of the experiment, Kevin will get in touch with the folks at Discipleship Resources and let them know the ways in which Methodist bloggers are often an underused resource.

Here is a link to the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ISKTrScpzQ

3 Comments:

At January 08, 2009, Anonymous Kevin M. Watson said...

David, thanks for participating!

Blessings, Kevin

 
At January 08, 2009, Blogger gavin richardson said...

what would be really interesting to see what happens in the blogosphere and then putting out in email mass

 
At January 08, 2009, Blogger David said...

Unlock "Clayride" from UMPH and I will forward it to everyone I know, and post it on my Facebook, and my blog. I think it is the best representation of the UMC history and story there is...maybe with a newer update too.
Here's wishing and spitting...

 

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