What churches can learn from Nestle “stepping in it” with their Facebook fan page.
Can crowdsourcing work for churches? Inspired by “Crowd sourcing innovative social change” from the Social Impact Blog
Can the church us crowdsourcing techniques to become a “movement” again? What are some principles to guide this effort? What are a few examples?
Who would’ve thought that the presentation app used to lull audiences to sleep could also be used to create an appealing Twitter background? The process is fairly simple and only limited by your imagination and Twitter’s 800Kb upload limit. via theclosetentrepreneur.com For those who do not have Photoshop at their fingertips, I found a "how-to" […]
Since the early days of Twitter, users have had the ability to upload their own background images. From photos of cute kittens to jaw-dropping mosaics, the Twitter background has been a key medium for self-expression, personal branding, and personal fulfillment. via mashable.com This is a very useful article on Mashable to create your own twitter […]
As people are considering marketing their church using social media, a question that I often get asked is "why?" There are many in the church who still don't get on Facebook, see no use for Twitter and rarely check their e-mail. So why start a digital marketing effort? Google is the new YellowPages. Today, people […]