Using Visual Social Media to Embrace the Sacred and Build Community
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Using Visual Social Media to Embrace the Sacred and Build Community Tuesday, May 13, 2014 7pm to 8 pm EST Led by Meredith Gould
Visual social media, notably Pinterest and Instagram, are considered must-have-and-use platforms among secular social media experts. Within the past year or so, church communicators and religion educators have become enthusiastic about these social media platforms. Attend this webinar to learn: • why visual social media platforms work especially well for faith-based organizations; • how to use visual social media platforms strategically and tactically; and • tips for setting up and managing accounts to optimize their value. This webinar includes time for Q&A, so presenter Meredith Gould invites you to bring questions and concerns.
Meredith Gould, PhD (@meredithgould) is a digital strategist and church communications consultant with well over a decade of hands-on experience at all levels of church and across denominations. She’s the author of 9 books about faith and everyday life. Her most recent book, The Social Media Gospel: Sharing the Good News in New Ways (Liturgical Press) has become the go-to guide for digital ministry. Her book, The Word Made Fresh: Communicating Church and Faith Today (Morehouse) helped establish church communication as a vital ministry. In 2011, she founded the weekly ecumenical Twitter-based chat about church social media (#chsocm) and is known for her passionate advocacy of social media. In 2013, Meredith received a Platinum Fellow designation from the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media for her pioneering leadership in healthcare social media. Learn more at: http://www.meredithgould.com
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