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Promote Christmas services without the hassle this Christmas…

When it comes to digital marketing, channels, platforms, and new technologies, winners, nominees, and participants at Premier Digital Conference and Awards are, like all of us, in a continuous learning process. There is always something new to test, to improve, to adopt. This winter, the following resource might be on your 'try and keep' list.


Premier Digital Award winners Go Chatter launch new ‘customisable video’ website

It may be too early to stick up the tree – but for some churches, Christmas is coming frighteningly fast.


Some have the teams pulled together already, the publicity designed and social media posts ready to hit the ground two weeks into December! But for others, the next few weeks can feel a tad frantic and sorting promotional material can be the trickiest bit.

This year, that side of things may become a little easier thanks to the guys over at

Go Chatter...


They have launched a new website where Churches, in less than 5 minutes, can customise their own video advert for events and services.



You don’t need video editing skills or a creative bone in your body! You simply choose one of the 12 customisable templates (there will be more to come), insert your own text – and for £3/£4, you’ve got a download ready to be shown at services or through social media.


Many of the download options come with extras (like accompanying backgrounds for posters and flyers as well as Facebook banners and cover images).


The Go Chatter team won ‘The People’s Choice’ award last year (2018) at the Premier Digital Awards with their Christian video hub website. Dan Rackham has spoken three times in recent years at the Premier Digital Conference and teamed up with fellow creative Mike Ashelby while he was there, only 12 months ago.


Mike said, “Christmas is a great opportunity to invite people into Church but doing so in an engaging way can be hard for a small church. Our prayer is that this will be a really handy tool, making it so much easier for people to promote events well in their services or through social media!”