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You have likely seen and read my various posts about the benefits of using social media for online ministry, components like; Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ can all be utilized to build closer relationships and build interest in your ministry message.
Yet, I am often asked by pastors and ministry leaders what types of posts should they make to their social media outreaches. In fact, the types of technology that can be used and shared on these social platforms is often overlooked.
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I just read "10 Free Business Tools Too Valuable To Ignore" By Ken
Kaufman Founder CEO, CFOwise®, on the American Express's
OpenForum.com website. It was a great article!
The article was so good, I thought you could also use most of the
tools for ministry as well. So, I made some additions, subtractions, and
alterations and here is a version just for your ministry.
Ministry leaders and administrators love to save money, but at some
point we’ve all learned the hard way that “you get what you pay for."
Truth is by the time you mess with most "free" products you have
wasted ALOT of valuable time and effort that in the long run costs you
MONEY! We’ve also become wary of watered-down products that don’t add
value unless we sign up for the paid version.