GodTube.com growing at a miraculous rate

True believers say that God is everywhere. While not everyone believes that, believe this: he's online. And he's popular. Maybe not as popular as McDonalds, but still. Faith-based YouTube clone GodTube had a 973% month-on-month growth in August according to Comscore. GodTube's 3 million unique visitors have added over 800,000 hours of video, all religion based. Everything from comedy, to music, to annoying kids with webcams. Basically whatever YouTube's got, but with a strange religious twist.

While it's better than the door-to-door shirt and tie folk trying to convert you, it's still not for everyone. It probably only appeals to those who already have a soft spot for Jesus, or those who find amusement in those who believe with all their heart. If you don't fall into one of these two categories, you'll likely experience anything from mild boredom to slight annoyance while on the site. CEO Chris Wyatt claims that "Jesus 2.0 is the wave of the future" which usually means that it isn't. Wasn't Beta video the wave of the future at one point? How did that work out... Anyway, if you're into Jesus, or into chuckling at people who are, check out this short comedy sketch from GodTube. And you thought the internet was the devils tool.

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