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Category Archive: Social Media

Facebook. Twitter. LinkedIn. iPod. iPhone. Blackberry. Myspace (does it still exist?). It's the way more and more communication is done. We'll help keep up. Sort of.

Oct 21 2013

How to Find Your Next Ministry Position Using Social Media

How to Find Your Next Ministry Position Using Social Media

Feb 20 2013

Social Media, Digital Footprints, Reputations and Job Searches

Two presentations on the intersection of social media, personal branding, and the job search.

Jan 12 2012

Christian Leadership & Christian Ministry LinkedIn Group Rules

Christian Leadership & Christian Ministry LinkedIn Group Rules

Feb 14 2011

Social Nation: Developing Your Social Media Strategy

How to build an effective “social nation” via social media for your organization.

Aug 23 2010

Facebook and Jesus Christ Superstar

Does it make a difference that the Son of God came 2000 years ago? Could he have waited for Facebook? Would that have been a quicker way to spread the news?

Aug 21 2010

The Blessings of the New Media

Ed Stetzer: As I see it, social media assist churches and Christian leaders in at least four ways.

Jul 06 2010

Fast Company: The Influence Project


How influential are you in the online community?

Jun 10 2010

The Blessings of the New Media


From Ed Stetzer Popular and emerging forms of social media such as Facebook, Twitter, and blogging are all around us. Yet many pastors and church leaders have been reluctant to embrace them. These new forms of media have become a very present part of our culture, and while abuses and misuses are often pointed out, …

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Apr 15 2010

Library of Congress archives every Twitter tweet

From the San Francisco Chronicle: Billions of Twitter tweets, everything from urgent messages about the Haitian earthquake to Justin Bieber fans professing their love, are headed to the world's largest archive, the Library of Congress. The San Francisco microblogging service and the Library of Congress announced Wednesday that Twitter is donating access to nearly all …

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Feb 10 2010

How to Protect Your Privacy with Facebook’s New Privacy Settings in 17 Easy Steps

From Inside Facebook: Facebook’s new, more public privacy settings are here to stay. And there are a lot of details that you should make sure you’re clear about. Otherwise, you may be exposing (or not exposing) the information you intend to.  But remember: Privacy settings are not foolproof.  Facebook changes them frequently, and they have …

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