Church And Technology.ca’s good reads, week 20 2014

Each week Church And Technology.ca shares some of the worthwhile reading we found on the web that you might be interested in.

Church And Technology.ca’s list of interesting articles from the last week:

Anybody Can Do Facebook, But Here are Five Tips You Need to Know – Christian Media Magazine
Even if we don’t use it, we’re all at least a bit familiar with Facebook and it’s ubiquity in the digital space. There have been lots of changes recently though and it’s important to keep at least somewhat abreast of what’s going on whether you use Facebook or not. One great way to keep up is to read current articles on Facebook best practices like this one. They usually take into account the current situation so you’re basing your decisions on what’s going on right now. As an example, there’s lots of discussion right now about how effective or not Facebook Pages are for ministry, especially if you don’t have a budget to pay to promote posts. This article is great as there’s a lot in here.

Just a website? Where’s the rest of your digital presence? – Dean Sprung, LinkedIn Influencer
A good overview of the different digital options your church or church organization can use. He calls them essentials, which is over kill, but they are good things to think about. Do you have to have more than just a website, no. But is it a good idea if you can manage it, for sure.

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