Bible.com will continue opening doors to Bible seekers
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) January 18, 2006
Bible.com, a Christian Web site and online Bible resource, announces the worldwide premiere of its new re-design. Building upon more than a decade of progress, Bible.com is executing an aggressive growth plan under the guidance of a new, experienced management team. With a domain name that naturally attracts high online visibility, Bible.com has become the leading online Bible resource and is now reaching out worldwide to provide even greater access to the Bible.
“This effort is all about putting the Bible into the hands and hearts of a global audience,” said Stacy Fornara, CEO of Bible.com, “Our Christian Web site has grown from 172,000 unique visitors per month in 1997 to over 1.5 Million today without much promotion. We have invested significant resources to continuously gift the Bible and provide cutting-edge online resources; our overall goal is to positively impact worldwide exposure of the Bible.”
The New Bible.com
State-of-the-art, Interactive content communities are the cornerstone of this Christian Web site. With a visually progressive strategy to connect with hearts and minds, the online Bible boasts an impressive array of Interactive technologies that are geared toward attracting and retaining different audiences including all age groups, diverse peoples and diverse cultures.
Bible.com now features a world-class children’s corner with Interactive games, video, and audio as a platform for Bible learning and knowledge. This section of the online Bible is highlighted by content provided by partners, such as VeggieTales, a values-based animated children’s video series produced by Tennessee-based Big Idea; as well as ZonderKidz, the children’s group of Zondervan Publishing that focuses on the 15 and under demographic. “We are excited to be the exclusive sponsor for books and Bibles in the children's corner,” said Alicia Mey, senior marketing director of ZonderKidz. Another new portion of the online Bible portal includes a robust Christian News section, sponsored by The Church Report. Other news providers include: PR Newswire, AgapePress, Sports Spectrum, and Relevant Media Group.
There is a section for configuring Interactive Prayer Postcards via U.S. mail. Other areas of the online Bible resource that create interest are: Daily Bible Reading, Prayer Rooms, Daily Devotional Calendar, Bible Passage Lookup, and Bible Basics.
An Online Christian Community
Other leading Christian organizations are also contributing to the new Bible.com. International Bible Society (IBS) has successfully translated, published, and digitized Scripture in multiple translations and languages, and is lending support to Bible distribution -- including granting Bible.com with an online license to the New International Version (NIV) in all of its lingual formats. “Bible.com will continue opening doors to Bible seekers,” said Peter Bradley, President and CEO of IBS, “With its new launch, we are excited at the depth of content that audiences now have access to.”
Another partner, Christian Booksellers Association (CBA), is strategically promoting retail exposure of Bible.com throughout Christian bookstores nationwide, as well as ensuring that offline promotion of the Bible is coordinated with online efforts. Other Bible.com partners include Tyndale House Publishers, NavPress Publishers, and Zondervan, introducing its newest product "The Bible in 90 Days."
Bible.com is the leading online Bible resource that facilitates access to and education about the Bible; the Christian Web site offers various translations, languages, tools, Christian news/articles, communications, Interactive media to engage kids, adults, families, and diverse peoples and cultures on the values that prevail within the Christian heritage of the Bible. For more information, please visit the Web site at http://www.Bible.com or call (480) 505-3218.
Stacy Fornara, CEO of Bible.com
Phone: (480) 505-3218
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