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.
Social media can be a powerful way to spread the word and invite even more people along to something this Christmas.
A checklist for your digital platforms this Christmas
We often get asked this question during our social media training days, so this week we've focused on how often to post to help build community and reach more people.
Stuck for content but want to keep your church’s social media up to date? There may be a whole bank of content, tailored to your church, ready and available for you to use.
How do you create subtitles for your videos? In this blog, we take you through the steps for Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Instagram.
What do you need to include on your church's Facebook page? Here, we take you through the steps to get started.
We've found seven post examples to inspire your social media this week.
Boosting a post on Facebook is an easy way to take a post on your page and turn it into an advert, enabling you to reach more people in your community.
A social media scheduling tool is useful to help those running their social media channels to plan posts in advance. Discover our 5 free recommendations here.
Each platform gives us the options to track lots of different numbers, known as analytics, but which ones should we be looking at, and how can we use them to show the value of your efforts for your church community?