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With Technology and Social Media coming at us at warp speed…where are you in promoting your brand…your church, your outreach endeavors, your product?

We don’t have a choice on whether to DO social media,

the question is how well we DO it. ~ Erik Qualman

This is an eye-opening video that comes at you about as fast as cyberspace is being morphed into this new Social Media Revolution.

Things to think about from this video:

  • 1 out of every 8 couples married met through social media.
  • If Facebook was a nation – it would be the 3rd largest
  • YouTube is the 2nd largest search engine in the world
  • Wikipedia has over 15 million articles
  • There are 60 million Facebook status updated every day
  • iPod application downloads hit 1 billion in 9 months
  • US Dept of Education study revealed that online students out performed those receiving face-to-face instruction
  • We no longer search for products and services…they find us via social media

Things to think about for sure…as you promote your brand.

…just sayin.

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The last 15 years have changed our world forever,” claims Tony Whittaker, co-ordinator of Internet Evangelism Day. “Digital media are transforming the way we communicate, behave and even think. If Facebook was a country, it would have the fourth largest population in the world.” Internet Evangelism Day is a strategic resource to help the worldwide church understand these issues and use the Web to share the good news. It is both a year-round online guide and an annual focus day – to be held this year on Sunday 25 April. Churches are encouraged to use Internet Evangelism Day resources to create a presentation for their members on or near that Sunday (or at any other time they choose). The IE Day site offers free downloads: PowerPoint, video clips, handouts, drama scripts, music and posters. These enable any church (or homegroup, college, or conference) to build a customized program, lasting from five minutes to fifty. 2010’s focus day will be the sixth to be used by churches around the world since the initiative’s launch in 2005. Over this period, digital media have developed dramatically, with the advent of YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, and the growing use of mobile phones to access online services. The outreach opportunities have multiplied too. IE Day’s website is also a one-stop resource covering many subjects, including how to build a church website that is ‘outsider friendly’, using Twitter in evangelism, and blogging. Perhaps surprisingly, you do not need to be technical to share your faith online. And you can volunteer to be an email mentor to inquirers with several large online outreach ministries. Internet Evangelism Day is an initiative of the Internet Evangelism Coalition, based at the Billy Graham Center, Wheaton. It is supported by a wide range of leaders and groups. “I am glad to commend Internet Evangelism Day,” says John Stott.

For more help, visit the website: IE Day’s website: www.InternetEvangelismDay.com.

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