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Twitter is in the process of transitioning people to new profiles. So you might have seen this message.
This is great news for churches who are using twitter. The new profile has features that will benefit the work you’re doing. We thought we’d share 4 reasons churches are going to love the new twitter profile.tweet this
Church creatives are going to love the extra 614,800 pixels with the new design. Churches will be able to tell a more compelling story. While you might be tempted to throw your next event or sermon series in this new space, consider these options.
Your social media channels are more than just ad space for your church. The new image size is 1500px by 500px. Get creative, we’d love to see how you’re using the new image space.
People love photos, they have higher engagement than just text. Now you can post multiple photos to a tweet. According to twitter you can now add up to 4 photos. This is great way to share photos from any event. Bonus, you can also now tag up to 10 people per post. Consider using this to engage with people who attend events.
On a side note: make sure to get permission first.
Facebook has been able to do this for a while, but it will probably be more effective on twitter. Why? Two reasons:
Again think strategically about what you’re going to pin. Use content that will engage your followers and intrigue new visitors.
Your church is using social media to connect with people, right? Now you can see who those people are and learn more about them. It’s also a great way for new visitors to see who attends your church. They’ll be able to get a sense of the community that gathers at your church.
As a bonus you can now see anyone’s favorite tweets. Use this to see the type of content your followers like. Gain insight that you can then use to create more compelling content.
Once you make the transition, let us know using either @monkdev or the hashtag #monkdev. We want to see how your church is using these changes to broaden your reach and engage your community online.
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