Before digging into the Snack Pack I’d like to say thank you to all the people who watched the Instagram Takeover I did yesterday which was a sort of “behind the scenes” look at how I put this together every week. If you missed it go check out the Highlights where you can also find Blessing and Jeremy’s Takeovers too.
95% of this book is above how to change your marketing message so that you can effectively impact your community. As a church, how we engage with other people the first time and the fiftieth time is important.
But that other 5% of this build is dedicated to changing the organization from the inside out. It’s one thing to have your social media team spend two months working on the perfect marketing campaign to push out an Easter and Christmas service holiday. But that’s a short season and building this framework is about completely transforming.
We talk about ChurchMag and the Church Tech space in general.
What kind of integrity exists?
We take a look behind the curtain of ChurchMag and talk real.
We have spoken a lot about security. One can never assume they’re completely immune from being compromised. Risk of social engineering, where hackers convince customer support to give them your password, is real. Hacks into a database could see millions of accounts stolen. Security breaches have happened before and are happen from time to time.
The question is, do you know if you have been pwned? Pwned is a term that means that you have an email and or password that have been compromised. The best way to figure out if you have been pwned is to visit the site HaveIBeenPwned.com
We hope you’ve had a great experience going through the StoryBrand book with us. While I’ve shared minor annoyances about the book, they don’t matter as much as the advice. I hope you’ve found the book and the chapter reviews just as helpful. At the least, I hope it got you talking and thinking about how you communicate. I’m excited to review this chapter because of how helpful it is.
Besides prompts at the end of each chapter, Donald Miller includes suggestions for better websites. The website is important enough to dedicate a chapter to improving it.