This has been a curious start to the New Year.
Let’s enjoy some links now, shall we?
- Free Easter Social Graphics
- Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday: 15 Ways to Get Them Together
- 14 Systems You Need to Stay Focused, Organized and Productive in 2018
- Facebook Ch-Ch-Changes…
- The State of Church Communications
- Communicate How You Communicate
- 15 Visual Content Marketing Statistics That’ll Blow Your Mind
- 18 of the Best Church Websites for 2018
- MANAGE YOUR SMARTPHONE CONTACTS WELL [INFOGRAPHIC]
- 7 Perfect Church Connection Card Examples
Designer Bobby Martin shares three simple lessons for churches from the civil rights movement:
1. Document everything.
2. No more committees.
3. Keep messaging straight-forward and direct.https://t.co/TxlnfgVl7b
— ChurchMarketingSucks (@cmsucks) January 17, 2018
This is the screen that set off the ballistic missile alert on Saturday. The operator clicked the PACOM (CDW) State Only link. The drill link is the one that was supposed to be clicked. #Hawaii pic.twitter.com/lDVnqUmyHa
— Honolulu Civil Beat (@CivilBeat) January 16, 2018
Reducing scope or budget means explaining to the client that the quality will also suffer — often to the point where the requestor will not be happy with the results.
Know your value. Stand your ground. Delivering quickly but lacking quality isn't a good value.
Deliver value. pic.twitter.com/kgwnXJVDVS
— Anthony Coppedge (@anthonycoppedge) January 18, 2018
— TED Talks (@TEDTalks) January 17, 2018
— CNN (@CNN) January 16, 2018
Quick Social Tip: Grow your church's social media following by promoting a single channel (ie. Facebook) for a full month and no others.
— Brady Shearer (@BradyShearer) January 17, 2018
— Matt McKee (@mattmckee) January 18, 2018
Still working on that Steam backlog: https://t.co/85N1C7g7Ya
— Eric Dye (@DYECASTING) January 18, 2018
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