1. Igniting Participation:! Developing Communities of Engagement ! Carolyn Mae Kim, Ph.D., APR! @CarolynMaeKim
2. Todays Map Social Media Landscape| Ministry [Digital] Communities | Applied Social Strategies
3. The Social Principle The uid nature of social media is designed for and sustained in relationship through two-way communication around topics of mutual interest that is user generated, created and driven.
4. Source: Social Media Monica
5. Virtual Tribes The Driving Motivation Behind Non-Geographically Bound Communities
6. Identifying Tribes Natural groupings regarding interests. People who are together due to some event or activity. Consider segmentation based on demographics, membership, region, or inuence.
7. Potential Publics Driven By: Entertainment | Information | Connection
8. New Community Members
9. Millennial Generation
11. Questions to Consider What are the common values, opinions, beliefs or behaviors that link the people in this audience? What information or content would be most meaningful to the people in this audience? What does your ministry hope that this audience will do as a result of interaction with your organization? Does social media have the potential and capacity to reach the needs of and objective for this audience?
12. Check-List - New Members Common values, opinions, beliefs or behaviors: New & less information than others in the community. What information is most meaningful: How to connect, ways to plug in, and introduction into the community. What is your long-term goal: Developing longer, deeper relationships. Does social media t this need: The nature of online communities facilitates these goals and needs.
13. Applied Strategy Connecting and Engaging Communities
14. Building Conversations Customized and popular hashtags Utilize across platforms Weave into live events Integrate onto physical media
15. The Power of Images Social content with images experience much higher engagement. Images allow for diffusion of large amounts of content, use of humor, and recaps from events.
16. The Eye of A Camera: Video Best utilized in social spaces in small amounts. Consider 6 second (vine) to 2 minutes for Youtube. Behind the Scene, Day in the Life, Q/A Answers, etc. Consider elements such as audio and lighting.
17. Other Social Strategies Live Digital Engagement (Twitter chats) Content Curating Exclusive Information Resource Delivery (white papers, study guides, etc.) Community Highlighting
18. Key Quotes or Takeaways
19. Develop Ministry Hashtags
20. Develop Ministry Hashtags
21. Creative & Individualized Video
22. Creative & Individualized Video
23. Creative & Individualized Video
24. Create Content Around Community
25. Develop Content For Audience Needs
26. Facebook or LinkedIn Groups Connection for small groups, ministry teams, short-term missions, donors or volunteers. Provide direct emails but also group interaction and engagement. Utilizes video, graphics and text on a personalized platform.
27. Build Conversations Put pre-made tweet(s) in the bulletin for the week. Place the image for the week in the announcement slides (or use a vine) that can be re- shared in Instagram, Twitter, Facebook. Encourage the community to interactreject the pull to use social media as a publicity platform.
28. Engaged Videos Mid-week reection on the sermon from the pastor. Ministry update from the eld (or event) by participants. The story of those in the community (donors, small group leaders, choir members, etc.). Be sure to keep it short!
29. Visual Resources
30. Tips to Engage & Monitor Hootsuite (free and paid) Individual Platforms (set alerts and push notications appropriately) (free) UberVu (Paid) Topsy (free and paid) Tagboard (paid) Keyhole.Co (paid) Social Mention (free)
31. Your Unique Flavor Audience | Source | Channel
32. Audience Who are your specic publics you hope to reach?! Are those publics active on the general platforms you are currently using? ! What are the values/needs/ beliefs/behaviors of the audience in mind?! What do you hope this audience will do as a result of your social media?
33. Source Who is the source of your organization?! Do you have a leader (pastor, CEO, director, etc.) who will also be a public face?! Does your organization have sub-sources (courses, products, chapters, etc.) that are providing information on social media.! How do all these sources interact with your specic audiences?
34. Channel Not all platforms are equal. There is no reason for you to be on every platform.! Which platform is the correct channel for you to deliver the information to your audience?! Are there any platforms you are using that you should close down (or others that you should add?! Carefully evaluate the analytics of your platforms to determine the most effective strategies.
35. Your Social Media Plan 1. Spell-out your goal: The overall reason your ministry wants to use social media and how that relates to the overall purpose of your ministry. 2. Identify your audiences: Be specic and understand their needs/ desires. 3. Create a SMART (specic, measurable, achievable, realistic and timely) objective(s) for your audiences. 4. Develop strategies and tactics to support each objective. This is where you marry the creative capabilities of a platform to the unique values of your ministry. 5. Evaluate your social media efforts and adjust accordingly.
36. Questions? Carolyn Mae Kim, Ph.D., APR! @CarolynMaeKim Carolyn.Kim@Biola.edu