Do you have a blog, website, or social media ministry to a specific country? Knowing about particular searches could help bring in more readers. Specific Bible verses and key words might bring the readers you’re looking for to your website or blog.
Miheret has learned a lot about using Facebook for ministry. He helped with a Facebook page for the “Love Ethiopia Festival with Andrew Palau”. (Read the impact report from the Luis Palau Association to learn what God did.) This post was published in late October with his advice and tips for keeping engagement high on a Facebook page to promote an event.
How do you discover what tech tools fit your lifestyle and your ministry? I know from talking with many staff that sometimes it’s hard to even know what you need or what might be available for you. Also, I’ve found that people might decide what tool to use, but it actually may not be their best choice. Cost, ease-of-use, compatibility, and whether a tool is out-dated might all factor in what you choose to do.
For those of you following the You-Can-Too series, this post is designed to help you make a personalized plan for what you’ll learn in 2014. In January, we’re planning for the year. Save room in your schedule for actionable steps as we move into next month. [Read more...]
If you use photos in a blog, a brochure, or your prayer letter, you should understand copyright laws. Using music on a video may also have copyright issues.
I recommend you read the entire article, “Using Copyrighted Material”, on the Staff Web. In fact, this article contains essential information for Cru staff, so set aside some time today to read it. [Continue reading...]
When I noticed today’s Google Doodle, commemorating Grace Hopper’s birthday, I enjoyed learning about her. Grace M. Hopper (1906 – 1992) made significant contributions to computer technology. She was often referred to as “Amazing Grace.”
When I watched this video interview of our Director for Digital Strategies for Southern and Eastern Africa, I knew this was a good time to remind you of opportunities to learn about digital strategies.
I wrote earlier in Watch Out for Photo Sizes: A Tutorial about the need to compress photos (think: “volume”). Now this post is about resizing the dimensions of photos (think: “puzzle pieces”). The previous post was about large photos taking up a lot of space in media libraries for blogs and for MailChimp and in your friends’ eMail inboxes. This post is about making photos the right size to fit a space. [Read more...]
The length of your blog post or web article matters and here’s what you might want to do about it.
I have some important ideas you may want to consider now for your end-of-year ask. [Read more...]
This video will give you an overview of what you should have in place for great communication with your financial partners. Whether or not MPD or tech skills are on your Personal Development Plan, you should think about these concepts and decide what is the one thing you could do in the next month or two. [Read more...]
Google is shutting down their Google Reader on July 1st. This may or may not affect you whether you are a reader or a blogger or a webmaster.
5 more wildlife photography tips (continuing from yesterday’s first 5 tips)
5 wildlife photography tips (and 5 more tomorrow)
Start practicing these six quick landscape photography tips to create memorable pictures in Colorado this summer.