Social Media for Pastors and Ministry Leaders: Where Do I Start?

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  • In ancient times, the simplest and most readily available form of technology was spoken language, and our histories were kept alive through oral tradition. Stories were repeated and memorized, passed down from generation to generation. Messages that needed to be sent across miles were carried in the minds of runners\n
  • In ancient times, the simplest and most readily available form of technology was spoken language, and our histories were kept alive through oral tradition. Stories were repeated and memorized, passed down from generation to generation. Messages that needed to be sent across miles were carried in the minds of runners\n
  • In ancient times, the simplest and most readily available form of technology was spoken language, and our histories were kept alive through oral tradition. Stories were repeated and memorized, passed down from generation to generation. Messages that needed to be sent across miles were carried in the minds of runners\n
  • In ancient times, the simplest and most readily available form of technology was spoken language, and our histories were kept alive through oral tradition. Stories were repeated and memorized, passed down from generation to generation. Messages that needed to be sent across miles were carried in the minds of runners\n
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  • Social Media for Pastors and Ministry Leaders: Where Do I Start?

    1. 1. SOCIAL MEDIA FOR PASTORS AND MINISTRY LEADERS Where Do I Start?
    2. 2. #MONKDEV
    3. 3. #MONKDEV Hashtag for the webinar.
    4. 4. POLLS
    5. 5. THE SOCIAL WEB IS HUGE! How big is it?
    6. 6. But don’t just take my word for it.
    7. 7. It is irrelevant whether you like the transparentdemands of social media or don’t like them; the fact is that society has drastically changed as aresult of social media–this isn’t just a nice perk ... it is something the public now demands. Eric Qualman, Author
    8. 8. Social media is a lot more than blogging,podcasting, and social networks. It’s effective atreaching the people beyond the keyboards and microphones and connecting them to important things. Chris Brogan, Author
    9. 9. What are those “important things”?
    10. 10. YOU.
    11. 11. i cally, your O r, more specYOU. orga niza tion , chu rch o r min istry .
    12. 12. 50%
    13. 13. 50%World’s population 30-years-old and under.
    14. 14. 96%
    15. 15. 96%Millennials that have joined a social network.
    16. 16. 85%
    17. 17. 85%Online users aged 45-54 who use some form of social network.
    18. 18. How are churches using social media?
    19. 19. 78%
    20. 20. 78%Have a website.
    21. 21. 47%
    22. 22. 47%Are active on Facebook.
    23. 23. 40%
    24. 24. 40%Do nothing social media-related.
    25. 25. COMMON REASONS FOR NOT USING SOCIAL MEDIA Limited staff time 46 Lack of resources 41Limited volunteer time 39 Lack of interest 35
    26. 26. EXPLORING THE ESSENTIALS The Big Three 1. Blogging 2. Facebook 3. Twitter
    27. 27. BLOGGING
    28. 28. BLOGGINGCommon Reasons for Blogging
    29. 29. BLOGGING Common Reasons for BloggingProvide a “face” for your organization
    30. 30. BLOGGING Common Reasons for BloggingProvide a “face” for your organization Share specialized information
    31. 31. BLOGGING Common Reasons for BloggingProvide a “face” for your organization Share specialized information Make an announcement
    32. 32. BLOGGING Common Reasons for BloggingProvide a “face” for your organization Share specialized information Make an announcement Provide “official” statements
    33. 33. BLOGGING Common Reasons for BloggingProvide a “face” for your organization Share specialized information Make an announcement Provide “official” statements Self-expression
    34. 34. TWITTER
    35. 35. TWITTERCommon Reasons for Twitter
    36. 36. TWITTER Common Reasons for TwitterInteract with your congregation/volunteers
    37. 37. TWITTER Common Reasons for TwitterInteract with your congregation/volunteers Promote blog posts
    38. 38. TWITTER Common Reasons for TwitterInteract with your congregation/volunteers Promote blog posts Establish thought leadership
    39. 39. TWITTER Common Reasons for TwitterInteract with your congregation/volunteers Promote blog posts Establish thought leadership Staying up-to-date on your context
    40. 40. TWITTER Common Reasons for TwitterInteract with your congregation/volunteers Promote blog posts Establish thought leadership Staying up-to-date on your context Listen, listen, listen!
    41. 41. FACEBOOK
    42. 42. FACEBOOKQuick Statistics
    43. 43. FACEBOOK Quick Statistics+500 million active users
    44. 44. FACEBOOK Quick Statistics +500 million active users50% of active users log on everyday
    45. 45. FACEBOOK Quick Statistics +500 million active users50% of active users log on everydayAdded +200 million users in > 1 year
    46. 46. FACEBOOK Quick Statistics +500 million active users50% of active users log on everydayAdded +200 million users in > 1 year 700 billion minutes per month
    47. 47. FACEBOOK Quick Statistics +500 million active users50% of active users log on everydayAdded +200 million users in > 1 year 700 billion minutes per month 70% of users outside US
    48. 48. Why Does This Matter?
    49. 49. STATS = PEOPLE
    50. 50. PEOPLE = CHURCH(Not your church, but the Church. You get the idea.)
    51. 51. of th em!All 5 00 million
    52. 52. Where do we go from here?
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    60. 60. 4/15/11
    61. 61. 4/15/11 Next Webinar
    62. 62. 4/15/11Next WebinarSocial Media Ministry Tips & Tricks
    63. 63. Questions?
    64. 64. RESOURCES www.Mashable.com www.eMarketer.comwww.ReadWriteWeb.comwww.BusinessInsider.com
    65. 65. RESOURCES Trust Agents by Chris Brogan Crush It! by Gary Vaynerchuck Groundswell by Li & BernoffHere Comes Everybody by Clay Shirky
    66. 66. CONTACTwise@monkdevelopment.com @JustinWise www.JUSTIN.am

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