Facebook joins the global conversation with hashtags. In addition, upcoming features will also include trending hashtags.
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I hope eQuipping for eMinistry (e4e) is a site you’ll come to regularly. The posts here are written in a layman-friendly, non-techie way. We’ll try hard to point you to help that is easy to understand and learn. You might also discover a new way to approach what you’re already doing.
How clear is your team on its purpose? Can everyone clearly name the audience(s) you seek to serve? What are the most important results that you must deliver? How clear are you, as a team?
You’ve been praying. You’re certain that God has impressed you with names of Facebook friends to share the Gospel with. Now what do you do?
Have you thought about a landing page? Landing pages are used for marketing and for driving people to a location (for sales, typically), but could you use one? It might be helpful if you have several accounts on the internet. Directing your friends or potential donors to one location will help them find your various ministry sites and help them contact you through these accounts.
Is the thought of learning technology disquieting for you? Have you written off this part of the world that intersects with your life and ministry? eQuipping for eMinistry (e4e) is written for you. This blog is a place for any Campus Crusade for Christ staff to find and share easily-understood, transferable resources and best practices to assist them in their ministry through the use of technology.
Several staff in Virtual Lead Movements would like to encourage hundreds and thousands of Christians to share the #Falling Plates video during Holy Week.