How do you make sermons, devotionals, and other gospel-centered content available beyond your church’s walls? By incorporating a church media hosting and streaming solution into your digital strategy, you enable your community to revisit and engage with your meaningful content, while expanding your reach in the process.
Vimeo and YouTube are big names in tech that have been embraced by creatives and content producers, but there’s a reason they’re not the best choice for churches. Both platforms are significantly limited when compared to solutions built for the needs of churches, ultimately leading to a challenging workflow for church staff and low engagement among congregations.
This post was originally posted on the Subsplash blog. Continue reading The downsides of Vimeo and YouTube video hosting for churches for helpful insights into their limitations, including:
- Ads and other distractions
- Copyright & content ownership issues
- Limited media management
- And much more!