Social media has become a more prominent communication tool for churches during the pandemic. When you haven’t been able to see people in-person, you’ve probably shared sermon videos and offered encouragement with those connected to the church’s social media channels.
Church communicators are being constantly challenged to meet the needs of their staff and congregations to present information effectively and appropriately. This is no small task. Communication tools and techniques rarely stay the same; tactics continually change.
Facebook has added the ability to upload video for your church's Facebook page cover. This is exciting news because it means that visitors have one additional way to preview your church, aside from your church website. In this article, we'll walk you through the simple steps to update your Facebook cover with video to have an even better impact in your community.
Social media – it reaches well, just about everyone. It can be a blessing and/or a curse. It can also be a very effective means of communication when utilized correctly. We currently live during a time in the world where we have many options at our fingertips to be able to communicate with others. However, this vital concept of communication can go unharnessed. Using social media to promote church youth events can be a win-win.
I live, eat and breathe social media for a living. While you probably don't, there are for sure valuable lessons to be learned from the social media landscape that can be applied to your church.
I’m not a marketer by trade, but I’ve been a relatively active user of various social media platforms since I first heard that AOL Instant Messenger door creak open for the first time when I was in elementary school.
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