Every month Evangelical Dark Web publishes a report of not only how this ministry performed but also to summarize the news or themes of the previous month. March was definitely a month where I would say that the video content outperformed the written content, in terms of initial results. In March we saw Julie Roys go after John MacArthur, again. Additionally, we saw a lot of setup for the Annual Southern Baptist Convention of 2022. And of course we saw Big Eva figures like Tim Keller and Andy Stanley clown themselves. But overall, it was a slower news month than say January. April appears to already be a faster news month.
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- YouTube Subscriber Growth: +101
A couple highlights include a bunch of perverts finding the incest tag which has mostly only been used on this site to address its role or lack thereof in abortion. The Zelensky Great Reset article which was published February 28th would have outperformed all of the March articles.
In March, Evangelical Dark Web tackled the reader requested Sadie Robertson Huff. It was an interesting research, that I elaborate more on here. wh=ile some sites and a Youtube channel have confronted SRH, Evangelical Dark Web went the most in depth on this public figure, paving new ground on a rising Big Eva star.
Currently, I am writing on David Jeremiah because he was the largest figure in the four-way tie that I had. Interestingly enough, not many have questioned his legitimacy, despite his audience size and associations. Expect this to come out late April, after Resurrection Sunday.
As previously mentioned, videos in March did quite well. A lot of the content managed to strike a balance between addressing mainstream figures and tapping into the niche. In April, livestreaming should return, hopefully with some special guests.
Evangelical Dark Web plans to step up its game on Gab. The site consists of our target audience. And since Evangelical Dark Web intends to contend for and mobilize the church, it is about time we did more to do that.
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Soli Deo Gloria,