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Today I would like to share with you the 10 best practices for social media marketing success guide
In the evolving world of social media marketing it can be hard for a time-starved small ministries or organizations to keep pace and know what to do when it comes to connecting with donors and volunteers on sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other specialty social networks.
While there’s no “one-size fits all” approach, ConstantContact has assembled the 10 best practices for social media marketing success guide that will help your ministry or organization, whether you’re just getting started or trying to take your efforts to the next level.
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If you’d like to leverage the power of social media for your ministry or organization right away, Please give Joe Goodale a call at 520-790-1222 to schedule a complimentary evaluation of your needs.
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Social media platforms can help you build a loyal list of followers, as well as generate new visitors, volunteers and donation prospects if used correctly. Let’s take a look at the current leader in “Micro-Blogging” and see what the value of Twitter is for your organization.
Twitter is another social media network that is similar to Facebook, but it’s different in some ways. Read the rest of this entry »
Here is some important Facebook information provided by Matt Rhodes and Fresh Networks.
The announcements at Sept. 22nd’s F8 conference included a few of the changes we expected from Facebook (the music service was a very poorly kept secret) and a few more radical changes that went further than we might have guessed.
For organizations using social media and working with Facebook, now is the time to begin to digest and understand what this means about how people will use the social network in different ways and what this means for you.
Here are three initial trends that I see having an impact on brands and organizations that use Facebook and suggestions about how to capitalize on them:
Read the full article at >> New Changes at Facebook – What Does It Mean For You…
Next Wednesday, we’ll take a look at – Twitter.
If you don’t have the time to wait for this series to complete and need to leverage the power of social media for your ministry or organization right away, Please give Joe Goodale a call at 520-790-1222 to schedule a complimentary evaluation of your needs. Find out how Harvest Media Ministry can help you build your organization through a variety of Internet based services.
Social media platforms will help you build a loyal list of followers as well as generate new visitors, volunteers and donation prospects if used correctly. Let’s take a look at the current leader:
It’s no secret that Facebook is crucial when it comes to ministry building. If your organization doesn’t have a facebook presence you are missing out on a LOT of potential traffic.
Many people today spend most of their time on Facebook. According to Hubspot’s blog,
In May, internet users spent more time on Facebook than Yahoo, Google, AOL, and MSN combined.
With 53.5 billion minutes spent on Facebook, the site continues to prove the value of being “Liked.”
While Google and other search engine rankings are extremely crucial for a company to get found, Facebook and other social media sites are also as important for companies to engage with their customers as well as prospects who can potentially be converted into sales.
You’ve probably also noticed that most businesses are quickly trying to establish their ground on Facebook.
Just about every website, TV commercial, flyer, and any other advertising methods include a statement such as, “Like Us on Facebook,” or “Connect with Us on Facebook,” or “Find Us on Facebook.”
According to official Facebook statistics, there are currently more than 750 MILLION active Facebook users and 50% of them log in EVERY DAY. A majority login more that twice a day and most stay for over 30 minutes.
People spend over 700 BILLION minutes per month on Facebook. Not only that, but more than 2.5 MILLION websites have been integrated with Facebook!
Are you starting to see the big picture here… Facebook is HUGE. Read the rest of this entry »
The “Social Media” Connection
As a fellow ministry director, I know that it is very easy to get overwhelmed with everything that it takes to be successful in meeting goals and objectives. Ministry directors are very busy running their organizations and usually have little or no time to dedicate to all of the different marketing channels available to help you grow your ministry.
However, social media is definitely one that should not be ignored.
With this extremely popular and effective form of ministry building, you can connect and form relationships with like minded people… keeping your ministry or organization at the top of their minds when they, or someone they know, needs your services or when they themselves want to get involved with what your doing.
Regardless of whether your organization has a website or not, you can benefit from social media. Read the rest of this entry »
If you are not continually establishing a strong online presence, your chance of connecting with local donors and volunteers is greatly reduced. Without pro-actively growing your on-line presence, you’re letting opportunities to grow lasting relationships slip right through your fingers.
On “Web Wednesdays“, I will be sharing with you ways to help you learn more about different online ministry building techniques (ie. marketing) that will allow you to connect with local prospects on a consistent basis.
You will learn various methods of online ministry building that are available to you and why they’re effective. In addition, you will learn more about how online marketing works overall, so that you can have a better understanding of how it can benefit your organization or ministry.
Helping You “Figure It All Out”
It can be quite frustrating trying to decide which online marketing strategies to use when you don’t even understand them.
Often organizations and ministries avoid Internet marketing simply because: Read the rest of this entry »
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