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  • To Build Our Community -To listen --To help others meet Christ
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  • Central Administration Presentation

    1. 1. Social Communications Central Administration Meeting October 1, 2013 What is Social Communication? Why Should We Care? How Should We Participate?
    2. 2. “Social Communications is for bringing others to Christ.” Excerpt from: Pope Francis Sept. 21, 2013 Social Communications is for Bringing Others to Christ What is Social Communication? Web based communications that become “living environments” where communities create and share photos, videos and links.
    3. 3. Why Should We Care?
    4. 4. You Tube Facebook How Should We Participate? 1.15 billion users 1 billion users “I like coffee!” “Watch me make coffee!”
    5. 5. Twitter https://twitter.com/BishopBurbidgehttps://twitter.com/RaleighDiocese 500 million: “I’m drinking my 3rd cup of coffee.”
    6. 6. Linked In 238 million: “My skills include coffee management”
    7. 7. Instagra m 150 million: “Look at the design the barista made in my latte.”
    8. 8. 70 million: “Here’s a picture of my coffee mug and a how to buy” Pinterest
    9. 9. Slide Share 50 million: “Statistics on coffee drinkers.”
    10. 10. E-newsletters  Add view in browser to allow sharing  Add images and logos-use centralized mail to copy/paste logos or ask me Only 15% of American do not use the internet or email. *
    11. 11. Trends 1. Mobile / Tablet 2. Images 3. Video Goals •To Advance the mission and teaching of the Church •To Engage people in to the life of DoR Communities
    12. 12. “Do not be afraid to be this presence, expressing your Christian identity as you become citizens of this environment.” Excerpts from: Pope Francis Sept. 21, 2013 Social Communications is for Bringing Others to Christ

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