Cheat sheet on social networking

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Rebecca Lewis

Dr Bex Lewis has produced a valuable overview of social networking (she has called it elseshere a ‘cheat sheet’) on her blog Digital Fingerprint. Check out the rest of the blog for many insights into the nature of social networking,

Tamar Weinberg
What is appropriate use of social media? What is just plain bad manners – and therefore counter-productive in Christian ministry? Author and social networking expert Tamar Weinberg explains.

Mikey Lynch highlights the importance of your Facebook page not being ‘too Christianized’ if you want it to relate properly to non-Christians. For the same reason, he has two blogs – one with Christian perspectives for a Christian readership, and a second one for not-yet-Christians.

There is a case for also having two Facebook pages. Many of us in ministry have Facebook sites plastered with ministry connections and content, totally unsuitable and off-putting for others to connect with.

Check our guide on using Twitter for evangelism and previous posts on social networking.

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