The short answer is no - the very definition of social media confirms that the purpose of social media is for “users (to) create online communities to share information, ideas, personal messages, and..
All of these tools are all to be used to work as smart as possible, it will reduce the amount of time that you worry about what posts to create and remembering to actually post them. Use these tools..
A crisis can send a church into a frenzy if there is not an organized plan that is enacted with careful consideration. Whether it is a National Emergency, like the Coronavirus that we are currently..
Video, Video, Video! You’ve heard it - Video is the king of content on social media. So how do you start to incorporate video into your social media plan? Here are five tips!
Start Small - Add one..
Creating meaningful social media posts for your church can feel like such a daunting task, but being intentional and taking the time to plan your content will create a much more meaningful experience..