Labs Learning blog
The Labs Learning blog also includes our social media training programme which looks at how to use Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, dealing with negativity online, advertising, making the most of A Church Near You and learning about language and audiences for websites and social. If you’re interested in being trained in social media, please contact your diocesan office.
What's the advantage of going live? How can I promote my live stream? We answer these questions and more.
Over the past few weeks, Zoom has become the new meeting place, prayer space, classroom or café, as many look to new and inventive ways to keep connected with those in their community. How can you use Zoom for your next online gathering?
Learn how to schedule a Premiere on Facebook and Youtube.
What do you need to know about using social media as a youth worker? We've asked the Church of England's Safeguarding Team, with insights from youth workers on how to put this into practice.
Going live isn’t something we should do just because everyone else is doing it... Here are our reasons why it can be an important part of your church life and how to do it for free.
What are cookies and why do I need to worry about them on my church website?
Manage your church social media with these 19 recommended tools.
Twitter tells us the one thing they want clergy to know when using social media.
Read our guest blog from social media expert, Emma Sijuade, on how you and your church can use the Church of England's national campaigns to reach your local community.
One of the questions we most frequently get asked as a team is ‘how can our church reach and engage different groups of people on social media?’