Views on YouTube for all my cartoons have been running about 50 a week during 2012. For reasons I cannot detect, the traffic on the two main cartoons has surged.
In three weeks, there 363 viewings of part 1. In those same three weeks, part 2 was watched 108 times.
Total views to date for part 1 are 2,030 with total views for part 2 at 385.
Each cartoon is about 8 minutes. Here are the links:
Bank reconciliations and offering count procedures:
Good procedures protect from false accusations:
There are six cartoons that give visual explanations of how to structure internal controls at a local church. Since four short cartoons are combined in pairs to make the two feature cartoons, I thought it would help to give an index of how the cartoons are organized with links to each one. Here is a picture of how the individual cartoons are structured:
- Part 1 – Once Upon Internal Control – time 8:47 – consists of:
- Bank reconciliation procedures – time 2:25
- Offering count procedures – time 4:34
- Part 2 – Once Upon Internal Control – A reporter calls – time 8:21 – consists of:
- When a reporter calls, good procedures save the day – time 4:46
- Exit meeting with the reporter – time 1:51
Part 1 and 2 each have an intro and extro.
Good procedures protect against false accusations – feature cartoon #2 from Once Upon Internal Control
Good procedures protect the innocent from false accusations. This fable tells the tale of how a local church rides out made-up stories being researched by a reporter.
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Bank reconciliations and offering count procedures – feature cartoon #1 from Once Upon Internal Control
The first feature cartoon from Once Upon Internal Control. In this visit to Southside Community Church, we listen in to discussion of to creative controls over cash and how to maintain security of the offering until it is counted by the count team.