The Christian Entrepreneur Picked as Site of the Day

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The Christian Entrepreneur Named Site of the DayToday, The Christian Entrepreneur was honored by being chosen as the “Site of the Day” by  Given some of the past websites that have been chosen, I am humbled to have this site named among them.

Will McCulloch is the founder of, and he is a member of our blog community.  He understands that bloggers are only as successful as their communities so he goes above and beyond to foster growth and participation in the communities he joins.

I am blessed to have many members in our blog community that are just like him.  They are the ones who never hesitate to send out a tweet, or Digg a post, when they think it worthy.  They are always there with a vote or a comment to encourage us bloggers.

This week, we are reminded to count the blessings in our lives and to give thanks for them.  You, my blog community, have made this honor possible and given me one more thing for which to be thankful.

Won’t you please take a moment and visit the post Will made about our community?  While you are there, please do not forget to vote if you are a Blogengage member.

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Brad's Big Feet Marketing helps people on a limited budget enlarge their online footprint using blogging & social media. His other blog, Marketplace Christianity, examines faith's role in how we earn and spend money.

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whatawebsite November 25, 2009 at 6:09 am

Hallo Brad,

Thanks for two things ( at least!) The first is the nature of your blog and the second is – believe it or not – the help you have given me in preparing an English lesson! You see, my other “job” is teaching English here in Germany – and internet readings can be a great source of practice. Anyway, I expect that at least one of my groups in the next weeks will be asked to read, discuss ( and possibly write about) your blog post. ” What the Christian Entrepreneur Owes the Poor ” It may be a bit difficult for them to understand on first reading – but they should learn a lot – and have plenty of chance to practise speaking.

Well, a “Happy Thanksgiving” to you . I'm actually spending the evening at a small party being given by an American friend here in Hamburg – and I'll also try to remember to mention your blog while I'm there. There's few things that work as well as “word of mouth” – which is a “promotional tool” I believe is largely underused by website owners. ( I introduced Keller's site to my students … and without their support I certainly wouldn't have been lucky enough to win her contest).

Thanks again Brad – as you say in that post ” You just never know where a little kindness will lead, do you? ” ( I guess you never expected to be helping people learn English in Germany this festive season?!?)

All the very best

P.S I'll also give copies of ” What the Christian Entrepreneur Owes the Poor ” to other English teachers who may also find it a good topic for their lessons.


Dana @ Online Knowledge November 25, 2009 at 5:06 pm

Congrats Brad! You deserve it.


Brad Harmon November 25, 2009 at 6:33 pm

Will, that's awesome! You're right, I never thought I'd be helping people learn English with my post. Thanks for using my post in your class.

I agree with you that getting word-of-mouth referrals is very powerful. As bloggers, we are often guilty of only looking online to advertise our blogs. Thank you for spreading the word about our community here.


Brad Harmon November 25, 2009 at 6:37 pm

Thanks Dana. I appreciate it. I have the greatest blog community which makes my part so much easier.


Paula November 27, 2009 at 4:52 am

Congratulations Brad! You definitely deserve it. You strive for quality and it shows in your posts. Well done!


Brad Harmon November 27, 2009 at 7:38 am

Thanks Paula. Your posts are always so well written and informative. You have such a wealth of knowledge about making money using the internet, and you are willing to share it with your readers without proclaiming yourself as a guru (which you just might be by the way). It's an honor to have you as part of this blog community.


Laurie Neumann November 28, 2009 at 3:21 pm

Congratulations Brad! That is awesome.


Brad Harmon November 29, 2009 at 3:27 am

Thanks Laurie! I am humbled and amazed at how fast the site is taking off.


Rita December 2, 2009 at 9:20 pm

Congratulations, Brad. As a Christian entrepreneur, I am getting a lot out of your blog posts. You are definitely on point, and I feel you are led by Holy Spirit in your writings. I have referred your blog to one of my clients, who is a minister and coach of Christian leaders.


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