Labs Learning 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.
A logo defines and represents the personality and image of a church, company or organisation. That’s why is important to ensure your logo looks professional.
Here are 10 tips to consider when creating a logo.
BLOG / Thinking about building a new website or updating an existing one? Here are five pages your church website should have.
Boosting a post on Facebook is an easy way to take a post on your page and turn it into an advert. Boosting the post may help you reach more people who may be interested in your church, services or events.
In this blog, we take you through the steps to creating your Instagram Business profile, and talk you through some of the additional features to help you get started.
Following our recent Labs Learning blog on using Instagram Stories, we’re now looking at Instagram Live. As the name suggests, Instagram Live is a feature that allows you to broadcast live to your followers.
This week’s blog features five tools for planning, scheduling and monitoring social media accounts. If you are working with a team a social media scheduling tool is useful to keep everyone informed of planned posts and prevent duplication or over communication.
We often get asked how much value social media is for churches, and how value can be increased. 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?
A Church Near You offers a unique evangelism opportunity for Church of England churches but how can you make the most of the site?
With so many creative and productivity tools on offer, how do you know where to start and which ones to try?
The digital team have put together our list of FREE apps for you to try in 2019.
A clear and simple approach to social media can go a long way to building anticipation and excitement for your service or event and reach more people with an invitation to come along.