Archive for Networking
In Episode #21 of the Ministry Story Podcast I talk with Matt Whitman and he shares some practical ways that church leaders can be networking in their communitues to have greater influence and impact representing Jesus. Listen to Are You are Card-Carrying Reverse-Networking Leader?
Seth Godin, a well known marketing leader, on social networking for business: Where are the real relationships? Are there people online in your relationships who you would go out of the way for or that would go out of their way for you? Personally, I have made some incredible connections with people online that I [...]
I wrote this blog post last month for the NeoPraxis Blog, but I really wanted to have it posted here on my blog as well so I could refer some of my current and future readers who are in church leadership to it more easily. So, forgive me if you have already read it… In [...]
For the past month, Future Shop (a Canadian Electronics retailer and competitor to Best Buy) has been accepting video entries to their Wish Your Way to 10K contest. This is a new social media marketing strategy managed in part by Future Shop’s Social Community Specialist (Laura). Details of her contest are here. Future Shop’s Social [...]
Continuation of Part 1 and Part 2… I thought the next step would be to identify for those of you who are new to Social Media, what some of the platforms and tools are and what they do. Needless to say, as technology evolves and people get more creative, we continually see new Social Media [...]
Ten days. In 10-days I have discovered that I miss blogs. I have gone 10-days since my last post. Ten days, since I last read a blog post. It almost feels like withdrawl! This is the longest streatch since February that I have gone without writing. It is the longest streatch since last October that [...]
Social media gets more interesting every day for me. Today was definitely one of those days. This afternoon, I participated in a Twebinar. It was a webinar on social media hosted by Chris Brogan and put on by the team at Radian6. To make it more “social” they added in the dynamic of having participants [...]