I first worked as the church's media director over five years ago, and one of my responsibilities was to employee contact list manage my church's social media channels. I have since spent years consuming information and taking courses in social media strategies. Most of what I learned was vague and abstract. It was good information, but it was neither concrete nor practical.Rather than providing specific steps and strategies, the best training suggested things like this… "Be precious."“Don't use social media as a megaphone”.“Just start the conversation. »But this kind of advice turned out to employee contact list be more confusing than helpful to me.
Sure, it made sense on a macro level, but how could I apply it on a day-to-day basis?I'm more of an empirical thinker myself.Show me something that works and then I can find a way to implement it in my own context.To that end, I want to employee contact list share with you 13 social media models that have worked extremely well for me and others in our church communications. Feel free to employee contact list copy these frameworks and implement them directly in your own church and ministry contexts!Facebook, Instagram and Twitter Templates Here is a list of sample posts for Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
To use them, just follow the style and layout, but with your own information. All of these examples have proven to employee contact list engage subscribers, and the best part is that you can follow their example for free.1. Ministry spotlightsInstead of promoting a ministry with the time and date it meets, choose someone who is plugged into your ministry of choice and tell the story of how that ministry has positively affected their life. Be specific. The employee contact list will help you get more registrations for your next event.Example from Church on the Move (Facebook) 2. The Unsung HeroThere are dozens of stories in your church of unsung heroes.