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Is Your Church Social – Part 13 – Facebook – Church Marketing By Members
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Is Your Church Social – Part 12 – Facebook – Stealth Church Marketing
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Is Your Church Social – Part 11 – Facebook – Blogging through Facebook
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Is Your Church Social? Part 10: Facebook – A Personal Touch
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Is Your Church Social? Part 9: Facebook – Give Your Church A “Face” Lift
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Is Your Church Social? Part 8: Facebook – It’s Just So Easy
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Is Your Church Social? Part 7: Church Marketing In Facebook
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Free e-book – Facebook for Pastors

Is Your Church Social – Part 13 – Facebook – Church Marketing By Members

 

large group - church marketing onlineIn the last article, I wrote about how Facebook provides a great opportunity for the church to market itself through their members’ network of friends.  We talked about how members can live out their church lives on Facebook, like they live out the rest of their lives and by doing so, can be telling their friends about Christ and their church in a natural, non-invasive way.  Not only it is non-invasive, but it’s also free which can be very nice is todays ecomonic climate.  So, I thought this post I would list some ideas of ways your members can do this.  I’d encourage you to bring this up with your church members and encourage them to actively use Facebook to promote your church and share the love of Christ with their friends. Read More

Is Your Church Social – Part 12 – Facebook – Stealth Church Marketing

 

Stealth Church MarketingFacebook has become the most popular social networking website on the Internet.  Millions of people have a profile and most people have lots of friends.  Their friends may range from family members, to people they work with, to friends from college or high school.  Most of your church’s members who are on Facebook have friends who are not church members.  So, how can this help you in your church marketing strategy?

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Is Your Church Social – Part 11 – Facebook – Blogging through Facebook

 

Get the News OutFacebook is a great way to connect to your church members and have your church members connect to each other.  Facebook can also be a great way to distribute church information, devotions, and articles.  That’s because Facebook has applications which allow you to syndicate your church blog through either a Facebook Page or a Facebook Profile.  If your church doesn’t have a blog, I highly recommend your start one.  It’s a great way to communicate with your church members.  Even if you don’t have a church blog, you can still use this feature to syndicate other articles. Read More

Is Your Church Social? Part 10: Facebook – A Personal Touch

 

FAmilyIn our last article I talked about creating a Facebook Page for your church.  Facebook Pages are good, but there are some features in the Facebook Profiles which are not available in Facebook Pages.  Unfortunately, these deficiencies have seriously weakened the effectiveness of Facebook Pages for churches.  So, for your Facebook church marketing strategy, I recommend creating both a Facebook Page and a Facebook Profile. Read More

Is Your Church Social? Part 9: Facebook – Give Your Church A “Face” Lift

 

Facebook PagesIf you are a person (and most of us are) you can create a Facebook profile to reconnect with old friends, stay in touch with family and friends and meet new people online.  Churches, on the other hand, cannot create a profile as profiles are restricted to individuals.  Churches have to create a Facebook Page which works a little differently than a profile. Read More

Is Your Church Social? Part 8: Facebook – It’s Just So Easy

 

FacebookIn our continuing our discussion of Church Marketing within Social Media, we’ve started looking at social networking websites, specifically Facebook.  If you haven’t already created a profile on Facebook, either for yourself or your church, now is as good a time as any.  If you’ve got five or ten minutes right now, let’s do it.  It’s quick and it’s easy, but be warned…it’s also addictive. Read More

Is Your Church Social? Part 7: Church Marketing In Facebook

 

People NetworkingOver the past several weeks we’ve been looking at church marketing in social media.  We’ve looked at using video sharing sites, like YouTube and GodTube, and now I’d like look at using social networking sites, specifically Facebook, currently the number one social networking website and third most popular social media site behind YouTube and Wikipedia.  When looking for places to market your church, Facebook has a pretty big audience. Read More

Free e-book – Facebook for Pastors

Chris Forbes of Ministry Marketing Coach has published a new 31 page e-book called Facebook for Pastors which can be downloaded for free.  The summary on the website says it covers:

  • How to make the most of your profile information
  • Tips for Networking with People in Facebook
  • All about groups, messages, poking, etc
  • Brand Your Ministry
  • Meet prospects for your church
  • Learn more about the members in your church
  • Fine tune your communication skills

I haven’t had a chance to read it myself yet, but I plan to.

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