Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’

Best @cmsucks Tweets of 2014
No Comments » December 26, 2014

Best @cmsucks Tweets of 2014

We’ve compiled the top 10 tweets of 2014 from @cmsucks and present them here for your reading (and tweeting!) pleasure.

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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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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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5 Ways to Turn Your Twitter Followers Into Raving Fans
1 Comment » August 25, 2014

5 Ways to Turn Your Twitter Followers Into Raving Fans

In order to keep social media social, there should be just as much time put into engaging your followers as there is posting great content.

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Rewired by Brandon Cox
No Comments » June 12, 2014

Rewired by Brandon Cox

How to share the unchanging truth of the gospel in a constantly and rapidly changing world—and why you should care about adopting new technological tools to do so.

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Social Media Fail: Restaurant Fires Chef, Doesn’t Revoke His Twitter Access
4 Comments » December 16, 2013

Social Media Fail: Restaurant Fires Chef, Doesn’t Revoke His Twitter Access

A restaurant fires its chef a week before Christmas and fails to revoke his Twitter access. Payback ensues. Churches, who has access to your social media accounts?

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It’s a Friday Collection of Goodies
No Comments » November 15, 2013

It’s a Friday Collection of Goodies

Time for some Friday afternoon "research": Gender & crowdsourcing fights, social media goodies, face-palms galore, typographic treats and some photographic fun.

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Social Media: To Schedule or Not?
9 Comments » October 2, 2013

Social Media: To Schedule or Not?

As the use of social media by churches becomes more common, a debate is raging: Should you schedule your social media posts?

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Getting Started: Carolyn Clement
6 Comments » July 1, 2013

Getting Started: Carolyn Clement

We talk with volunteer webmaster and social media manager Carolyn Clement about getting started in church marketing: "It’s an exciting time to be a part of church communications."

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Your Church Needs a Platform to Respond to Tragedy
5 Comments » April 17, 2013

Your Church Needs a Platform to Respond to Tragedy

It's in these overwhelming moments of terror, fear and despair that people most need hope. Is your church ready to offer it?

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Facebook Evangelist
11 Comments » February 20, 2013

Facebook Evangelist

The new family visiting our church came because someone kept posting exciting things about our church on Facebook. That person is our Facebook Evangelist. Your church should have one too.

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Best @cmsucks Tweets of 2012
No Comments » December 21, 2012

Best @cmsucks Tweets of 2012

We love sharing shortform hilarity and help on our Twitter account, @cmsucks. Here's the top 10 from 2012.

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Getting Started: Angela Bengtson
2 Comments » November 26, 2012

Getting Started: Angela Bengtson

Angela works at a big church in a small town, but they're no megachurch and that's OK: "Although it is great to be inspired by what the 'gurus' are doing, ...

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Busy Pastors Can Say No to Social Media
6 Comments » August 21, 2012

Busy Pastors Can Say No to Social Media

OtterBox CEO Curt Richardson opted out of social media: "I believe that to be a valuable participant in social media, you must really dedicate the time."

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