Have you subscribed to e4e: Best of CCC Tweets (published by this blog through paper.li)? Currently, the paper features blog posts from some of our staff and leadership, plus links to other […]
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?
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.
Several staff in Virtual Lead Movements would like to encourage hundreds and thousands of Christians to share the #Falling Plates video during Holy Week.
Imagine receiving an eMail that gives you up-to-the minute ideas for your ministry. You’d also have several articles you could read from CCC global leaders.
Instead of blogging, John writes “mini posts” in his Facebook status. He figures that he reaches more people through Facebook than he would with a blog. One of his friends […]
If you don’t want spam, don’t post your eMail address on the internet (or your Twitter name with the @ sign).
Several organizations and philanthropists, including Bill Gates, started a national campaign promoting #GivingTuesday, a day to volunteer and/or donate to charitable causes.