Church Marketing Lab: Flickr Gets Video

April 24, 2008 by

If you’re familiar with our Church Marketing Lab, you know it runs as a Flickr group. And if you’re familiar with Flickr, you know they recently started allowing the upload of videos up to ninety seconds. Folks in the lab have used the occasion to upload videos containing unicorns, gnomes, peeing dogs, moving heads and the numbers one through thirty. Here’s what I mean.

This is a promo for a series inspired by Napoleon Dynamite.

These folks have a creative way to ask you not to park in the “Red Zone.”

The Pure series we’ve discussed before now has a video intro.

And 30 Days to Live also has a new video intro.

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3 Responses to “Church Marketing Lab: Flickr Gets Video”

  • Matthew Irvine
    April 24, 2008

    “Scooby doop dee doo doo doo doo.” I like the red zone video. That inspires me!

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  • Mean Dean
    April 25, 2008

    Well it’s about time. I mean, I believe as far back as October of ’07 I was blogging about how video has trumped podcasting.
    Moreover, recent reports are showing alot of web content consumed is via video.
    Glad to see Flickr finally woke up and smelled the guacamole!

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  • Joshua Cody
    April 28, 2008

    Mean Dean, long time no comment. Good to have you back in the conversation!

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