Did you like last week’s Church Tech Snack Pack?
We’ve got another set of church tech links that you’re sure to #nomnom.
This week week is a little social media heavy, maybe next week we’ll have more tasty bits of creativity, too!
4 Social Media Tips For Your Ministry
Four quick pro tips from Jeremy Smith (video included!) that every youth minister should read.
10 Google Services You Didn’t Know Existed and How They Help Church Leaders
Despite recent anti-Google sentiment, they’ve got some tools and services that are a great help to church leaders.
Churches Play Catch-Up as Social Media Continues to Grow
Is your church, ministry or non-profit playing catch-up? On a whole, we look to be falling behind…
via Yahoo! News
Whether or not you should be using these forms of social media is up to you, but parents and youth pastors need to know this!
The March on Washington 50 Years Later
via Church Marketing Sucks
An insightful look at race, religion and what the Church can learn about communication.
Introducing Buffer for Google+
If you haven’t heard about it already, Buffer has added Google+ Pages—a great tool for churches and ministries!
Social Media for Marketing: Is Google+ Dead Or Is It on Life Support?
via Indus Net
Buffer app or not, is Google+ dead or on life support is an interesting look at the future(?) of Google+.
5 Ways to Use Video to Improve Your Social Media Marketing
via Social Media Examiner
Here are five ways to make your church, ministry and non-profit social media marketing more awesome with video.
Five Best Video Converters
Moving past social media video—where quality isn’t the focus—here are five of the best video converters. Do you agree?
How Easy Is It To Hack Your Private Twitter And Make It Public?
via Fast Co.Exist
“Putting stuff online is a calculated (or not-so-calculated) risk…”
Social Media and the Church [Free eBook]
via Church Tech Today
A free ebook on social media and the church by Jeremy Smith? Heck yeah!
What great stuff have you read or found online this past week?
We would love to hear about it—drop a link!