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Social Media for the PARISH CHURCH

Diocese of Guildford training session
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Nick Edmonds

on 24 September 2014

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Transcript of Social Media for the PARISH CHURCH

A busy marketplace
Twitter
Facebook
Social Media
Top tips
for the PARISH CHURCH
Nick Edmonds - Diocesan Communications Team Leader
"a dedicated website or other application which enables users to communicate with each other by posting information, comments, messages, images, and other
content.
"
Social network
5 steps to getting started on social media

Jemima Lovatt


Social media for the parish church

Where are you going with social media?

Why aren’t you using social media?

What are you aiming to get from using social media?

5 top tips to make your social media a success

@TweetLikeFollow facebook.com/tweetlikefollowfriend tweetlikefollowfriend@live.co.uk
@JustinWelby
#JustinWelby
@#?
7,000 shares
3 million shares
5 million shares

2013

Compress ideas
Let us see
behind the
scenes
Your camera
phone is your friend
CELEBRATE!!!
Take us
with you!
Get
involved
Have
Fun!
fzixncb6xp9oc@tumblr.com
9 'Commandments'
1. Don’t rush in
2. Remember updates are transient yet permanent
3. You’re an ambassador for the church
4. Don’t hide behind anonymity
5. Think about the blurring of public/private life boundaries
6. Safeguarding: communicating directly online is like meeting someone in private
7. Stay within the legal framework
8. Respect confidentiality
9. Be mindful of your own security
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