This week’s Church Tech Snack Pack feels a bit on the light side. So if you’ve got something to share — please! — drop it down in the comments.
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From fliers posted at our local coffee shop to thoughtfully targeted Facebook Ads, hyperlocal is far less about marketing and far more about outreach.
Get hyperlocal resources: https://t.co/Lj5k0RSQB8
— ChurchMarketingSucks (@cmsucks) February 16, 2018
Someone will always have better coffee, better music, better facilities, better speaking, better marketing. Showcase Christ and his gospel. Nobody can improve on that.
— Jared C. Wilson (@jaredcwilson) February 15, 2018
— ChurchMarketingSucks (@cmsucks) February 14, 2018
Most in-ear #monitors are made by companies known for slightly larger transducers—#microphones—but Mackie has decided to have a go at this market with their new MP series of in-ear monitors. #proav #proaudio #churchtech #churchmedia #livesound #avl https://t.co/YD9OWX6MX3 pic.twitter.com/fSIeub3DEm
— Church Production (@ChurchProdMag) February 15, 2018
— Lead Stories (@LeadStoriesCom) February 15, 2018
— Nils Smith (@NilsSmith) February 15, 2018
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