The beauty of using social media as a church is that every member of our community is already empowered to spread the word naturally, online and offline, through our various networks of relationships. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and other tools are merely making that task easier. So our challenge is simple: Just be you. Just love people the way you already do, and as you do, share your faith.
Here are ten ways you can help Azalea City anytime to build relationships and share the gospel.
- “Like” us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.
- Click the sharing links on our news stories, message content, and various website pages.
- “Check in” on Facebook every time you’re at Azalea City, or an event we’re hosting.
- Click “like” on posts you see on Facebook by Azalea City, which helps our content spread further to be seen by your friends.
- Re-tweet what Azalea City posts on Twitter.
- Take photos and videos at church and church-related events, then post them to Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, etc. and use the hashtag #myazaleacity so we can spot them! You can also text them or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll use them here and there.
- Post, as a tweet or Facebook status update, a short quote from a sermon, or a lyric from a song we’re singing, and put #myazaleacity in your post.
- Invite people to Azalea City events using your social networks.
- Help us to follow you on social networks! Email us links to your social profiles and we’ll follow you!
- Write your faith story, or let us do a video interview with you, to share your faith with all kinds of people. Send to email@example.com.
Bonus: If you really, really, REALLY want to go the extra mile to help us spread the word on Facebook, you can cruise over to our Facebook page, mouse over the “Liked” button and choose to “Get Notifications.” Every time we add an update to our page, you’ll get a Facebook notification (not an email) about it and you’ll be able to click on it, “Like” it, “Share” it, etc. Here’s a screenshot: