Christian.TV Launches Facebook Competitor Aimed at the Christian Marketplace

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FaithOut.com, a brand new Faith Based Social Network intended to be a Christian Facebook Alternative launches this week with much excitement. Soft launch began at the beginning of October 2008 and already more than 5000 have joined the new website.

Social networking is where the church must go. Those organizations who embrace technology and go beyond simple internet marketing will build true community. Social Community (not Social Networking) is the missing link in a comprehensive internet strategy for the ministry of the modern era.

FaithOut.com, a brand new Faith Based Social Network intended to be a Christian Facebook Alternative, launches this week with much excitement. Soft launch began at the beginning of October 2008 and already more than 5000 have joined the new website. FaithOut is a faith based social utility that connects people around their church, ministry, region, school or workplace. Users can upload all their favorite photos, tag their friends and family, share videos and music, and find others around similar spiritual interests.

"There is enormous potential for FaithOut to bridge the gap not only between people's online 'social' activities (blogging, photo sharing, messaging), but between individuals, churches, groups and ministries that all connect in one way or another offline." says Robbie Davidson, FaithOut Technology Architect.

In the final stages of development is FaithOut Ministry Suite. This one of a kind social tool will provide a white-label solution for churches, ministries and various organizations to build their own social networks to integrate into their websites or as a stand-alone feature. Many churches are petitioning to be part of the beta program for this all-in-one social solution for their congregations online.

"Social networking is where the church must go. Those organizations who embrace technology and go beyond simple internet marketing will build true community. Social Community (not Social Networking) is the missing link in a comprehensive internet strategy for the ministry of the modern era." says Kally Hristov, President of Christian.TV.

http://www.faithout.com

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