Are Restoration Movement churches interested in what can be accomplished if their churches were to get involved in Social Media and engagement in Social Networks?
My answer may be anecdotal, but I have some insight.
I just got back from the International Conference on Missions in Peoria, IL. where I gave a 2-part workshop.
TITLE – How to Put Your Online Presence and Social Media to Work for Your Mission
DESCRIPTION – Part 1 – In this 2-part workshop, attendees will learn through recent, relevant and actual case studies how to grow their mission’s online reach through organic interest via online search (Google, Yahoo, Bing … ) and the social media networks (Facebook, Twitter … ). There are powerful tools that should be used, not shunned by missionaries and churches to bring real interest and engagement to their mission. Part 1 will look at Why Your Mission Should Be Online and a Proven 5-Step Strategy to Increase Your Reach. Attendees will leave with implementable steps for growing their online presence as well as the contact info needed to follow through on their plans.
Part 2 will dive into the step-by step mechanics of How to Reach Your Target Audience by Gaining Credibility then Going Social. Attendees will leave with implementable steps for growing their online presence as well as the contact info needed to follow through on their plans.
Restoration Movement Interest in Social Networks
The workshops went very well depending on the metrics used to measure I suppose.
- how to
- step by step
- lots of numbers
- a demonstration
- logged into my Google Analytics dashboard to show firsthand active real ongoing data from current clients.
- logged into my WordPress dashboard to do the same