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Hello everyone! As many of you may have noticed by now, we’ve been asking everyone to help us reach 10,000 subscribers on Baha’i Blog’s YouTube channel, and we could use your help!
We recently discovered that YouTube has studios located in different parts of the world, and that we can have access to them if we reach 10,000 subscribers on our YouTube channel, so we’re asking everyone who likes what we’ve been doing, to help us achieve this goal as fast as possible by clicking ‘Subscribe‘ on Baha’i Blog’s YouTube Channel. We’d also be very grateful if you could help us spread the word and ask everyone you know who likes Baha’i Blog to help us too!
The Baha’i Blog team has been working hard to create high quality Baha’i-inspired content online, and having access to a YouTube Studio would really be a huge help! If you can take a few seconds to help us make this happen by clicking here to ‘SUBSCRIBE’, we’d really appreciate it!
‘What’s Baha’i Blog?’ you ask. Well, six years ago a few of us started a website to explore and celebrate all the wonderful things the Baha’i Faith has to offer, and because it was a personal site, we called it ‘Baha’i Blog’. We also started a YouTube channel for Baha’i Blog a couple of years ago, and we create a variety of different content, for instance our ‘explainer’ animations like ‘A Brief Introduction to the Baha’i Faith‘ and ‘What are Devotional Gatherings?‘, to things like Jordan Raj’s fun ‘What’s That Word?‘ series aimed at junior youth. We also produce Baha’i-inspired talks, and our popular, ‘Studio Sessions‘ music series where we film and record Baha’i-inspired music based on the Baha’i Writings from around the world!
Click on this link to ‘Subscribe’, and if you’re not convinced yet, watch Jordan’s video below:
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