Social Media

11 Questions Church Leaders Should be Asking

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Church Growth, Marketing, Social Media | 0 comments

11 Questions Church Leaders Should be Asking

Here is a great article from church consultant Tony Morgan.  Tony has served on the senior leadership teams at NewSpring Church (Anderson, SC) and  Granger Community Church (Granger, IN). With Tim Stevens, Tony has co-authored Simply Strategic Stuff, Simply Strategic Volunteers and Simply Strategic Growth–each of which offers valuable, practical solutions for different aspects of church ministry. His newest book, Killing Cockroaches (B&H Publishing), was released in 2009. The article is an incredible read, and a conversation all...

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Pastor’s Intro to Social Media

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Church Growth, General, Social Media | Comments Off

Pastor’s Intro to Social Media

Thank You for Stopping By - All over the country ministry leaders and Pastors are trying to figure out how to maximize this new things called Social Media. Many have heard of the wonders of Facebook Twitter and Youtube. But the small question still remains. How Do I Use It and Be Effective Well I have done It Just For You: Introducing The Pastor’s Guide to Social Media   In this e-book – I go on to describe   How to Set-up a Twitter Page Which Programs to Use with Twitter 15 Plugins – You should have on Your WordPress...

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3 Ways Social Media Can Benefit Your Church

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Marketing, Social Media | 5 comments

3 Ways Social Media Can Benefit Your Church

by: Felicia Shakespeare First and foremost social media has to be viewed as a tool that will get users from a means to an end. It’s not intended to replace what should be deemed as “normal” human behavior, like face to face interactions or verbal conversations but I’m convinced that social media, if used consistently, and in the right context, can allow individuals in a ministry to connect “quickly,” “consistently,” and “effectively,” with their congregation. Social media can become an active and significant...

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4 Reasons to Add a Podcast to Your Blog

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Blogging, Podcasting | 0 comments

Just wanted to take a few minutes today to point you to an amazing article by Bradford Shimp called 4 Reasons to Add a Podcast to Your Blog Brad expertly discusses various reasons for why you should have a podcast on your blog. The best part is now with all of the software available as well as online technology like blogtalkradio.com and others. There is no reason why you can’t podcast. But don’t let me tell you all of it. Take a look at Brad’s post here 4 Reasons to Add a Podcast to Your Blog J. Richard Byrd Urban Church...

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50 Things You Can Do in 5 Minutes

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Social Media | 0 comments

50 Things You Can Do in 5 Minutes

Found this clever article and it just goes to show you what you can do with a little bit of time – Take a look. 1. Color a page in a coloring book with your son or daughter 2. Balance your checkbook 3. Update your Facebook profile 4. Read an article in a magazine 5. Paint your toenails 6. Edit or Photoshop a picture 7. Watch an inspiring video on YouTube 8. Floss your teeth 9. Pay a bill online 10. Browse around eBay 11. StumbleUpon something! 12. Clean your bathroom 13. Take out the trash 14. Write a journal entry 15. Write a...

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Using Apple Keynote Remote without wifi

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Mac Your Ministry, Social Media, Technology | 0 comments

Using Apple Keynote Remote without wifi

So, as you know I kinda bagged a bit on Apple Keynote Remote the other day. I wasn’t happy with it, and said it was next to useless. Well I decided I’d try it again, only this time I had a big problem – the venue that I’d be presenting in didn’t have wifi. As we know Keynote Remote ONLY works over wifi (why it doesn’t support Bluetooth is … well … actually a reflection on the CRAP implementation of Bluetooth on the iPhone), so what to do. Allow me to introduce Ad-Hoc Networking. Most computers are able to create a “just for...

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2 Quick Social Christmas Projects

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Social Media | 0 comments

Hey Friends, 2 new social projects I am working on- let me know if you can help- 1. A teddy bear project – the bears are 30.00 and they need 30 more to give to children in the hospital. 2. Anyone in the Louisville Kentucky area – I would like to give a single mother w/several kids and taking care of a sick mother, a sp a day (or similar) for Christmas. Hit me up with ideas or if you can help in these projects. Richard...

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How to Make Gmail Your Ultimate Productivity Center

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Marketing, Social Media, Technology | 0 comments

How to Make Gmail Your Ultimate Productivity Center Guest Blogger Post written by Leo Babauta. Follow me on Twitter. used by permission from Zenhabits.com These days there are a proliferation of digital tools we use for productivity, for time management, for communication, for social networking, for keeping track of our lives, online and off. It can be a nightmare to keep track of it all, and frankly, it’s a bit unproductive to keep switching between a dozen different tools. Enter Gmail, my favorite solution for just about anything. OK,...

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52 Blog Tips to Kick Start Your Blog in 2013

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Blogging, Social Media | 0 comments

I just had to share this post with you. You know it is my job to scour the internet to find interesting posts that help you get your voice. 1. Heard 2. Listened to 3. and viralized. Problogger who is the ultimate in great blog writing has assembled an incredible list of blog tips. if you want to really IMPACT the World. This blog post will be one that you should read. I hope you...

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Facebook Fixes Comment System

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Facebook, General, Social Media | 0 comments

Facebook Fixes Comment System

Have you ever wriiten written something on Facebook and wish you could edit it? All been there. Sometimes you can fix your comment. Sometimes you can’t. I havent figured out the algorithm on when you can and when you can’t. Well Facebook has now fixed this issue. Facebook has started rolling out a new editing feature that allows you to edit your comments. What is even better is that you can edit older posts and comments as well. Essentially you can go back over your history and correct all of those typos and rants that make you...

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