What if your marketing team was not just people in your department and not just all employees in your organization but your customers, volunteers, members, parents and donors? You can do it by creating a “we” culture.
We’ve all heard social media horror stories of employees being fired for embarrassing their employer online. So, companies, non-profits and churches have responded with rules and polices. Are these social media policies necessary & if so what should they include?
How do you get more people to interact on your Facebook page? The conventional wisdom is to post more interactive content. But leadership can be the key to giving your Facebook page the momentum and energy you’re looking for.
Two years after blogging about Willow Creek being slow to embrace blogging and social media, I observe 8 ways in which the WCA engaged Global Leadership Summit participants yesterday through social media.
Shaun Groves is a Christian musician and one of the best when it comes to engaging his audience through his blog and social media. He shares some of his social media wisdom in this exclusive interview.
Our society is changing they way they communicate! Most young people consider it more efficient and more respectful to communicate via text message, Facebook and Twitter. They want to BROADCAST their message instead of one on one.
Social Media is a different market place. Many people have made the mistake of thinking it’s like any other medium. They try to promote their product the way they would on any other medium… they shamelessly self promote… hello used car salesman.