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Mojo’s Social Media No-No’s: A Top Ten List

By |November 24th, 2009|Small Business|

Lee's on a roll today, offering Mojo's top 10 social media no-no's. Check them out here!

Are Your Social Media Eggs in One Basket?

By |November 13th, 2009|Small Business Tools, social media|

Are all of your social media eggs in one basket? Professional Mojo discusses two of the lesser-known technologies: FastPitch! and Ning. Check them out.

4 More Tips to Create a Better Ministry Website

By |November 3rd, 2009|Churches, social media, website|

Professional Mojo gives 4 more tips to create a better ministry website.

Facebook: Top Questions Revealed!

By |November 2nd, 2009|Small Business Tools, social media, training|

Professional Mojo answers your top Facebook questions. Check it out. What are your top questions?

Really Simple Syndication. Really, it is.

By |November 2nd, 2009|social media, Web 2.0, website|

Wondering what an RSS feed is and whether or not you need one? Check out today's post for more info from Professional Mojo.

Does my ministry need a wiki?

By |October 26th, 2009|Leadership, social media, Web 2.0|

What's a wiki and does our NPO or ministry need one? Professional Mojo gives you the low-down on a wiki and why it might be for you.

What’s with a Wiki?

By |October 22nd, 2009|Small Business Tools, social media, training|

Social media offers businesses many opportunities to do more with their current resources. Starting a wiki in your organization might be a great step to collecting the corporate knowledge that seems to escape everytime a new employee leaves! Find out more about wikis here.

Enough of the Worship Wars

By |October 16th, 2009|Churches|

We must open our minds and hearts to every possibility to draw people into our ministry and to help us reach out to do more. That might mean listening to or performing music that you don't personally like or using technology in a new way. Quit arguing and start building.

The Seven Rs of Social Media Planning for Churches

By |October 6th, 2009|Churches, Planning outreach, social media, website|

In part two of the series, Outreach Mojo discusses the remaining part of the 7Rs of social media planning for ministries: resources, retraining, representation and reviewing.

Create a Better Social Media Plan: 3 Quick Tips

By |September 25th, 2009|Small Business, Small Business Tools, training|

3 quick tips that most companies miss when creating their social media plans