We live in an age of short attention spans. People surf TV channels, scroll social networks and flip through glossy magazines. So how do we get noticed? How can we make sure our church and faith catch the attention of this busy, visual world?
100 Ways to Get Your Church Noticed is packed with advice and ideas for generating publicity for your church and its mission. As well as tips on websites, posters, parish magazines and media liaison, this revised edition now includes extensive advice on using social media.
Written in clear and jargon-free language, it offers advice on: - Developing an effective communications strategy - Creating or updating your website - Making the most of Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites - Putting your building to work, inside and out - Giving your publications a makeover - Liaising with the media
Illustrated throughout with real examples that have worked successfully, this essential resource puts communication expertise at your fingertips.
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