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.
Read how one simple post on social media prompted this person to reconnect with their faith.
This week’s blog focuses on how we can care for ourselves online, and make sure we take some time to check in with those who are looking after our church’s social media presence.
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.
Learn how to develop a consistent style on Instagram in a few easy steps.
We invited Revd Bill Braviner, Disability Adviser to the Diocese of Durham and Co-Founder of Disability & Jesus, to share his knowledge on how we can make our websites accessible to all.
A style guide is a set of standards you apply to any digital or printed resources for your church. It can really help give consistency to your church.
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.
Google Analytics is a great way in which to understand what people are doing when they visit your website and best of all, it’s completely free!
Whether on websites, in print or social media, visuals help us express our ideas quickly and effectively with the people we want to communicate with.
Read on to find out what you need to know to set up and record your video straight to your smartphone.