Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

Facebook Live: Reaching More People for Your Church on #cmschat
No Comments » August 26, 2016

Facebook Live: Reaching More People for Your Church on #cmschat

Last night's #cmschat on Twitter covered how your church can effectively use Facebook Live to reach more people.

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Inspiration Over Information on Social Media
2 Comments » August 22, 2016

Inspiration Over Information on Social Media

Churches should use social media to share inspiration, not just the latest details. We look at examples of churches doing just that.

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How to Leverage Facebook Ads for Your Church on #cmschat
1 Comment » August 19, 2016

How to Leverage Facebook Ads for Your Church on #cmschat

Last night's #cmschat on Twitter covered how your church can leverage Facebook ads to reach new people.

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6 Ways to React to Facebook Reactions
1 Comment » March 30, 2016

6 Ways to React to Facebook Reactions

Facebook finally moved beyond the 'like' button and introduced Facebook reactions. In theory, churches can better know what people think of your content.

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How Churches Are Failing Facebook: Programs Over People
No Comments » March 23, 2016

How Churches Are Failing Facebook: Programs Over People

Too many church Facebook pages are promoting programs instead of connecting with people. Is your social media content advertising or entertainment?

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18 of the Most Popular Social Media Posts for Churches
6 Comments » September 9, 2015

18 of the Most Popular Social Media Posts for Churches

What does it take to create popular social media posts? We asked churches for their most popular post and share 18 examples your church can learn from.

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Easter Effort: Facebook Advertising
No Comments » April 17, 2015

Easter Effort: Facebook Advertising

A church in Louisiana spent a modest amount on Facebook advertising and tripled their Easter attendance. What did your church do for Easter?

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Facebook Pages: One Church Page or Many Ministry Pages?
5 Comments » March 2, 2015

Facebook Pages: One Church Page or Many Ministry Pages?

Every ministry wants their own Facebook page. What do you do? We explore why one main church page might be best and how to evaluate those requests.

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Looking Ahead to 2015
1 Comment » December 22, 2014

Looking Ahead to 2015

This is the time of year when we reflect on 2014 and look towards 2015. We have collected some posts from around the Internet to help us reflect and plan.

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The Awesome Communicator Episode
6 Comments » December 17, 2014

The Awesome Communicator Episode

What's worked for you this year? We talk with Kristy Henry and Meiko Seymour to hear about success in social media and platform announcements.

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10 Ways Your Church Can Have a Social Media Christmas
8 Comments » December 8, 2014

10 Ways Your Church Can Have a Social Media Christmas

Fun ideas to engage your congregation and have a social media Christmas, including Throwback Christmas, a caption contest and a Google Maps census journey.

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Church Marketing Podcast: The Christmas Social Episode
No Comments » November 25, 2014

Church Marketing Podcast: The Christmas Social Episode

We talk Christmas on social media with Haley Veturis, the social media manager at Saddleback Church. We also tackle the question of multiple social accounts.

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Christmas Communication Lessons From Last Year
No Comments » November 3, 2014

Christmas Communication Lessons From Last Year

The best way to promote Christmas is to learn what's worked and what hasn't in past years. Use these Christmas communication lessons to develop new tactics.

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Throwback Thursday for Your Church
1 Comment » October 15, 2014

Throwback Thursday for Your Church

Looking for a creative way to add more engaging social media content? Dig into your church's history every week on Throwback Thursday.

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Meet Our Church: Recognizing Volunteers on Facebook
15 Comments » August 11, 2014

Meet Our Church: Recognizing Volunteers on Facebook

Many churches have a few volunteers who help with everything, but they're rarely recognized for their hard work. Honor your volunteers with props on social media.

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