Last week’s date night found my wife and I venturing off to the movies sans kids to view ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor’ — a movie that examines the life and legacy of Fred Rogers, the beloved host of the popular children’s TV show “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.”
Seeing we don’t watch much TV around the House of Brown, I didn’t realize ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor’ was a movie until my wife mentioned it to me after we stumbled upon a Behind-The-Scenes Special chronicling the journey of Rogers.
A few weeks passed and up popped an date night invite to the movies. As we waited for ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor’ to begin, a number of movie trailers played one after the next.
As they played, I noticed it had been years since I had been in a movie theater. It was interesting to discover how movies of today are being advertised in their use of #hashtags and social media usage — advertising Twitter, Instagram and Facebook handles.
Of course, there were a number of movies advertising matching or near matching .com domains that included movie title and the word “movie” in it.
Being I love and am held captive by domains more than the average person, two distinct movies stood out to many out of likely 10-15 or so that rolled this night: ‘The King’ and ‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot’.
I’m back with another Rudy’s bulletin adventure, and today’s find is a lively new top-level domain( new TLD) usage to go along with a few breakfast tacos and a cup of sweet tea goodness to wash it down.
Weekends often fly by when your having fun, especially this past weekend as I attended a Men’s Retreat.
I kicked off this past weekend by getting on the road and heading to T Bar M Camps & Retreats for my home church’s, Mosaic Church Austin, annual Men’s Retreat.
I managed to escape Austin’s nightmarish traffic to head south to New Braunfels, Texas.
In route, I spotted quite a few domains being advertised across various media that I’ll likely write about in the coming weeks and months.
Although it’s sad to admit, churches are often quite behind when it comes to embracing and harnessing the power of technology to share their faith.
Fortunately, I’m grateful to be an active member of a church in the eclectic city of Austin where only roughly 16% of the population actively attends church.
Our church embraces technology and does a decent job effectively using domains to share the Gospel and draw awareness to the Gospel in general.
I’m always amazed and encourage to encounter churches embracing domains to grow their church as well as share the Gospel.
Meet Pete. Roofer Extraordinaire. His shingle skills and tile-laying largess turn ordinary roofs into rare works of art. But if no one knows about Pete, how will his business thrive? GoDaddy, of course. With a domain name and website from GoDaddy, customers find Pete online. Share your talents with the world. It’s go time. Build your own website today.
I wish GoDaddy’s latest “Pete Roofer” commercial was indeed as true and easy as it comes off to be. If anything, this commercial is a great marketing ploy for the person with an idea to launch their new business today.
But for the small business owner that has been around the block a few times, you know it’ll take more than just a domain and website from GoDaddy to run and operate a profitable, successful business.
I’ve watched the “Pete Roofer” commercial a number times, and there are a few things to point out.