This week on the podcast Jay and I talk about how you can effectively manage your Social Media Platforms for your Ministries. Tune in below!
This week on the podcast Jay interviews Freddy Cardoza about technology, the church, and the future of seminaries.
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This week on the podcast we have a special free preview for you! Jay and I give you a 40 minute preview of session 2 of our SocialMediaChurch.University basics course. The Social Media Church Basics is our Foundations course introducing church leaders to the core social networks and how they are most effectively used for ministry.
We don't talk theory, but practical application showing you specific examples and easy to use tools to maximize your time investment when using social media for ministry. The course includes 6 video sessions that are approximately 20 minutes each. The best part of the course is not the video training sessions though, but the interactive comment section where you can engage with us along with the entire Social Media Church Basics community.
Tune into the podcast for the preview below!
You can also purchase the entire Social Media Church Basics course here:
This week on the podcast Jay and I discuss images. After all, pictures rule the newsfeed! And you don’t need a professional designer to look like pro anymore.
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A few months ago I was in Southern California having a cup of coffee with my friend Jay Kranda after speaking at a Conference in the area. One of the things I shared with Jay was the consistent feedback that I would get after one of the conferences where someone would say: "Do you have this recorded somewhere, because I really wish ______ could have been here to hear this." Jay and I decided over that cup of coffee that we should record something like this making available a full-day Social Media Conference On-Demand where the Q & A never ended. On that day we set a day to record, laid out a basic outline, and got to work creating what we now call the Social Media Church Basics.
As we prepared for this course, I began looking back as it was about 3 years ago that I began writing my book Social Media Guide for Ministry. The landscape has changed significantly and I no longer have to sell social media as a force, but I still need to coach people on how to get started and understanding the basics. That's what this course is all about. I would describe this as the 2.0 version of my book distributed in video this time rather than text. It also includes my good friend, Jay Kranda, which makes this a major upgrade!
In case you're not already familiar with Jay, he is the Online Campus Pastor at Saddleback Church in Lake Forrest California as well as my co-host of the Social Media Church Podcast. He also wrote a book about Social Media titled Social Media Made Easy. He's a great guy who gets social media and ministry and knows how to communicate it in a very practical way.
So, back to the course. The course is simple consisting of about 6 video training sessions from Jay and I lasting about 30 minutes each. Each session also includes a discussion board where we're expecting very lively Q & A. When you sign up for the course you get lifetime access to the course including ongoing updates and ongoing community through the Discussion Boards where Jay and I will both actively participate answering every question asked in a timely manner.
Here's a layout of the 6 sessions:
- Getting Started with Social Media
- Getting to Know Facebook
- Understanding the Other Social Networks
- Creating Great Content
- Managing Social Media
- Wrap Up/Tips & Tricks
If you feel like this course will help you and your church, I hope you won't hesitate to jump right in. As this is our first course and we are wanting to get as many people registered for it as possible, we are offering it at 50% off from now until the end of the year. So, that means that this $50 course, is available right now for $25! To read more or sign up for the course simply click the button below!
If you have any questions at all simply comment and I would love to answer them. I hope the first question you have for me will be in the course though!