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Twitter Reminders

By |May 27th, 2015|Front Page, Social Media for Business, Twitter|

I admit it: I am a Twitter addict. I love Twitter. I know [...]

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.

The Seven Rs of Social Media Planning for Churches

By |September 22nd, 2009|Churches, social media, Web 2.0, website|

Wondering how to create a social media plan? Well, there is no universal prescription, but there are some ways to get a healthy start. Check out this post.

Is Virtual Worship Really Worshipping?

By |August 31st, 2009|Churches, Outreach, social media, Web 2.0|

Is virtual worship effective worship? Outreach Mojo, a division of Professional Mojo, says that it can be and gives you an overview of the new generation of churches.

Social Media Planning Requires a Disciplined Approach

By |August 13th, 2009|Planning outreach, social media, Web 2.0|

Social media planning is critical to an organization. Otherwise, it's like running with scissors.

Social Media: It’s the Why, Not the How

By |July 31st, 2009|Churches, Outreach, social media, Web 2.0|

Last week I attended a local leadership meeting and was honored to [...]

Can We Use Social Media to Build Up the Body of Christ?

By |July 14th, 2009|Churches, Outreach, social media, Web 2.0|

Can We Use Social Media to Build Up the Body of Christ?

Does Your Church Blog Have Personality?

By |June 30th, 2009|Churches, social media, Web 2.0|

How can you find the right "voice" for your blog? Find out in today's post.

Social Media Toolkit for Ministry: Driving Blog Traffic

By |June 24th, 2009|Churches, Outreach, social media, Web 2.0|

Our next tip for your ministry blog: driving traffic to and from your blog.