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Blogging 101 for Churches

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  • 3. WHAT IS BLOGGING? A  blog  (a blend of the term  web log ) [1]  is a type of website or part of a website. Blogs are usually maintained by an individual with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material such as graphics or video. Entries are commonly displayed in reverse-chronological order.  [Wikipedia]
  • 4. WHAT IS BLOGGING? Much More Interesting!
  • 5. WHY SHOULD THE CHURCH BLOG? Blogs foster conversation Blogs increase visibility in search engines Conversation leads to stronger relationships Stronger relationships leads to participation Participation leads to discipleship Blogs can inform and inspire
  • 6. TYPES OF BLOG POSTS Inspirational Bible or book study/discussion Interviews & Testimonials Video (Vlogs) Lists (7 ways to inspire …) Informational and event driven And many more …
  • 7. BEST TIME TO POST TO BLOG DanZarrella.com
  • 8. SHARE ON FACEBOOK DanZarrella.com
  • 9. SHARE ON TWITTER DanZarrella.com
  • 10. GROW YOUR AUDIENCE Create great content and post regularly Write great headlines Share posts to Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. Syndicate your blog with an RSS feed Tag your blog posts Participate in related blogs (search technorati.com )
  • 11. QUESTIONS
  • 12. NETWORKING TIME