Social networks for movement building[ks]

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TIHM, Internet Ministry
(VLM) Virtual Let Movement
Lecture by Keith Seaburn

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Social networks for movement building[ks]

  1. 1. SOCIAL NETWORK TOOLS Facebook Blogs Twitter YouTube Websites Skype
  2. 2. Marketing your ministryHow to create an advert How to create a group How to create a page
  3. 3. Difference between groups and pages: In a group, you invite people and then they joinIn a page anybody can look atit, once they click like, they can receive updates on it in their News Feed.
  4. 4. MARKETINGYOURMINISTRY
  5. 5. WHAT IS YOUR FOCUS? Audience Internal to the Movement Activities Facebook Audience External to the Movement Activities
  6. 6. INTERNAL :: AUDIENCE Laborers Audience DonorsInternal to the Movement Activities Leadership
  7. 7. INTERNAL :: ACTIVITIES Vision Strategy Planning Audience Internal to the Alignment Movement Activities Prayer Discussions Email Best Practices Skype Directories Facebook Twitter
  8. 8. EXTERNAL:: AUDIENCE Unbelievers Audience New BelieversExternal to the Movement Uninvolved Activities Believers
  9. 9. EXTERNAL :: ACTIVITIES Informing Teaching Audience External to the Evangelising Movement Activities Discipling Bible Studies Online Training
  10. 10. WHAT IS YOUR FOCUS? Internal to the Groups Movement Facebook External to the Pages Movement
  11. 11. USE GROUPS FOR INTERNAL COMMUNICATION Requires invitation Internal to the Bible Study Movement Groups groups Facebook External to the Leadership Pages Movement Group
  12. 12. USE PAGES FOR EXTERNAL COMMUNICATION Internal to the Movement Groups Public voice Facebook Customized tabs and images External to the Movement Pages More like your “webpage” Custom URL facebook.com/pages/myministry
  13. 13. Difference between groupsand pages:In a group, you invite people and then they joinIn a page anybody can look at it, once they click like, they can receive updates on it in their News Feed.
  14. 14. CREATE A PAGE: STEP 1
  15. 15. CREATE A GROUP: STEP 1
  16. 16. CREATE A GROUP: STEP 2
  17. 17. CREATE A PAGE: STEP 2
  18. 18. CREATE A PAGE: STEP 3
  19. 19. CREATE A PAGE: STEP 4
  20. 20. PAGE TYPES AFFECT THE INFORMATION BOX: 1
  21. 21. PAGE TYPES AFFECT THE INFORMATION BOX: 2 Public FigureOrganization
  22. 22. GETTING HELP• eMinistry :: A global community of VLM people http://mygcx.org/eministry• Media for Ministry :: Tools, helpful ideas http://MediaForMinistry.org• In Conversation :: Campus Crusade for Christ bloggers http://inConversation.org• Equipping for eMinistry http://equipping4eministry.wordpress.com• Get Satisfaction :: People helping people minister more effectively http://http://getsatisfaction.com/gcx
  23. 23. PEOPLE TO FOLLOW• Social Media & Ministry • @brianbarela | brianbarela.com • @russmartin | doublederivative.ca • Miheret.wordpress.com• Productivity, Technology, Strategy • @staffhacker | staffhacker.com • @mattperman | whatsbestnext.com • @mashable | mashable.com• Leadership 2.0 • @kencochrum | onleadingwell.com • @michaelhyatt | michaelhyatt.com
  24. 24. WHERE IS KEITH• Twitter: @keithseabourn | http://twitter.com/keithseabourn• Facebook: http://facebook.com/keithseabourn• Email: keith.seabourn@ccci.org• Blog: http://seabourn.org• GTO Blog: http://technology.ccci.org

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