Video is the new black., especially for social media. You KNOW you have to start focusing on creating more videos. Which app should you use? Here's a list of the top apps for editing Reels videos, based on our experience.
While churches should have a public social media page, pastors also should consider having their own personal one, too. Ministry is intimate work, and interacting through social media can give you a personal connection with the people you serve. Use these 3 tips to do it with ease.
Many of us have grown up believing that running ads, or advertisements, should be left to the professionals and are only for organizations with large budgets. But today, this is no longer the case, thankfully. Creating Facebook ads for your church has never been easier or more cost-effective.
A great many churches run at least one social media account, although often only used sporadically. If this sounds like your church, it may be time to consider utilizing social media effectively and through doing this, boost your church engagement.
Gone are the days where online ministry was only about recording a sermon and making it downloadable on your church website. These days, the term ‘online ministry’ encompasses a variety of ways churches reach people through social media, courses, podcasts, and video (to name just a few).
Every social media manager is looking for the next new viral post idea. We can spend hours scouring the social media networks for the latest trends and creating content that we hope is the next big thing. But what if we already have the next big post, we just need to look back instead of forward?
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