When Facebook Gets All Nasty About Your Church

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Facebook was created as a way to socialize with friends and family, but sometimes it turns into a place filled with negativity and bullying. This doesn’t mean the social network isn’t a great place for your church members to connect and to connect with potential members too. You just have to be prepared for the nastiness. Creating a strategy now will help your church handle the worst Facebook has to offer. Don’t let a few naysayers stop your church from enjoying socializing online. Understand What Facebook Offers Your first step is to understand your options for managing your church’s Facebook …

5 Social Media Mistakes That Are Hurting Your Church

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Social media is one of the best ways to reach new members and engage current members, especially younger ones. However, social media mistakes could turn this highly effective tool against your church. The last thing you want is to drive people away. Luckily, these common mistakes are easy to avoid. With a little planning, Facebook, Twitter, and all the others could become your church’s online community. 1. Posting And Forgetting The top reason people use social media is to stay in contact with friends. When members and potential members find your church on social media, they expect to experience some …

Church Facebook Reach

INFOGRAPHIC: How To Improve Your Church’s Facebook Reach

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Have you noticed a change in the number of people you are reaching when your church posts on Facebook?  Facebook has made it clear that organizations, including churches should expect that at some point their organic reach will hit zero. Facebook is becoming a pay to play environment for churches, but that’s not to say you can’t still reach people organically. Here are some strategies your church can use to make sure your posts are seen by a high percentage of those who like your page. Infographic Courtesy of QuickSprout Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn