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12 years ago @ Godvertiser.com - The Most Effective Way... · 1 reply · +1 points

We actually approached having an online presence way before we launched services for our church plant. We updated our blog regularly with news of who we were and what we wanted to do at least 2 years before we gathered for our first corporate worship services. Our launch team actually cam together through email connections facilitated through links on our website. Social media through twitter and facebook were also huge as we started to foster a sense of community online so that we could then move it offline. We were small and trying to stay on mission, so outreach online was really big for us since we didn't have large teams or any money in our budget for other means. For us, having a website and social media networks was instrumental in our start. I'll actually be sharing this in a case study for an upcoming book that will have a section highlighting how our church plant used social media to launch.

13 years ago @ ChurchCrunch - Making a Staff Twitter... · 0 replies · +1 points

I've seen this done on other blog sites like stevenfurtick.com, but had no idea how to do. thanks so much for this post! as we get ready to launch weekly services for #revolutionchurch in sacramento, we will be twittering during our gatherings so all we can do to show twitter connecting us in life is a good thing :)

thanks again john!!!

13 years ago @ Shaun in the City - Help Me Create a "Get ... · 1 reply · +1 points

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