SOCIAL MEDIA

Social Media for Churches 101: Your Free 2019 Guide

Did you know as of this month, 2.77 billion people worldwide use social media on a daily basis? And the vast majority of those social media users are signing onto their accounts and sifting around content for more than 2-hours. Social media is here, and it is a...

How to Grow Your Church with Digital Marketing

As we all know at this point, social technology is here to stay, which is why digital marketing services are more relevant than ever for churches, congregations, and organizations today. Thanks to the various metrics, social media platforms, website tools, and video...

How to Start & Support an Effective Church Blog

As the world grows increasingly digital, in order for churches to stay connected and continually push out their messaging, they, too, have the embrace the digital era. Many churches are live-streaming service, Bible studies, and pastor messages, providing a way for...

How to Use Your Church’s Facebook Like a Pro

Making the most of your church’s Facebook page will help you attract and engage visitors, as well as convert them into leads. Over time, you can turn these leads into church members, volunteers, and givers. With over 2 billion monthly active users worldwide (half of...

How to Create Great Content for Instagram

Instagram is an image-based platform that's not only beautiful and fun, but also brings a sense of community. Its users are used to professional, high-quality images and videos, so if you want to grow your church community with Instagram, creating eye-catching visuals...

Digital Ministry With Worship Times

“If you had three Communications positions, what would they be?” – from a recent post in a Facebook group for church communicators. Three? 3! We love that churches that have the money are spending it on good communication ministry that seeks to reach out beyond their...

Saint Paul Used Social Media

By Emily Hope Morgan Things have changed with social media. Back in 2005 when I first got on Facebook only college students could get a Facebook account. Even back in 2009 when I started seminary many churches who at that point could get on Facebook didn't want to,...

Facebook Pages: Intermediate, Part 2

Yesterday we explored some new ways to use and organize your Facebook page. Now, let's look at how to tell how your page is reaching people. Action Button You don’t want visitors to just come and look at your Facebook page, you want them to do something while they are...

Facebook Pages: Intermediate, Part 1

Posts Last month we discussed the basics of getting and maintaining a Facebook page for your ministry. We included tips about the dos and don’ts of Facebook posts. Let’s explore some of the features of your Facebook page that will help make your page a center of...

Social Media How-To: Facebook Pages 101, Part 2

In Part 1 we talked about why and how to get a Facebook page for your ministry. Today we want to share a few tips about what and how to post. Get Started When posting on social media, a good rule of thumb from people who have been doing this a long time is a 1:5 ratio...