Podcast Episode #208
We cover a pair of recent posts on how your church can effectively use Facebook and Twitter.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- Many times pastors do not realize how critical daily Bible reading is to the overall discipleship of the church.
- The ministry benefits of blogging as a church staff member far outweigh the time and effort it takes to blog.
- The more your church is known in your community, the more opportunity you will have to impact the community for Christ.
- Your posts on Facebook and Twitter should be targeted to your audience on each specific network.
- Post engaging content on social media that people will want to share.
- If a parent requests a picture of their child to be removed from social media, take it down. Don’t make it an issue.
- Not every church event needs a Facebook event set up for it.
- Encourage your members to share or retweet church social media posts—but post content worth sharing.
- If your church is not using Facebook and Twitter, you’re missing a huge opportunity to reach people.
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