Just read this: Tweeting Church – Good News In Only 140 Characters [GIVEAWAY]

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Although Twitter is nothing new, there are plenty of new users.

Paul Clifford’s ebook, Tweeting Church – Good news in only 140 characters, is the perfect how-to start guide for both individuals new to Twitter, as well as vetrean Twitter users who want to maximize the reach of their church, ministry or organization.

Paul covers it all:

  • What is Twitter
  • Why Twitter
  • Your profile
  • Content
  • Types of Twitter users
  • Who should manage an org’s account
  • Follow or not to follow?
  • Finding the right followers
  • Twitter manners
  • Finding followers
  • Ways to interact
  • Twitter ideas
  • Choosing a Twitter client app
  • “Twittnessing”
  • Connecting Twitter with other social media
  • Twitter mistakes
  • Tips and tricks

By the time you’re done absorbing the Tweeting Church, you’ll be able to answer these questions and more:

  • What is Twitter?
  • What kind of account should you have?
  • How can you regularly tweet without repeating yourself?
  • How do you keep spammers at bay?
  • How can you reach people that need to hear Christ’s message?

Paul Clifford is a down-to-earth guy and an active member of the ChurchMag community. He would like to giveaway two autographed copies of Tweeting Church — here’s how you can enter to win:

  • Tweet this post!

That’s it!

If you would like to purchase a copy of Tweeting Church, you can purchase an ebook version via Amazon for an easy $3.99.

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