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Can ministry be done on Linkedin? That is a great question. I have been looking on Linkedin for quite a while and I have only seen a handful of churches on there. Now I know that Linkedin is a professional network and it is all about business, so I believe that there needs to be some kingdom business conducted on there. That’s the most important business I know, thus Linkedin could be used in that manner. It’s not the content that nee»
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Can ministry be done on Linkedin? That is a great question. I have been looking on Linkedin for quite a while and I have only seen a handful of churches on there. Now I know that Linkedin is a professional network and it is all about business, so I believe that there needs to be some kingdom business conducted on there. That’s the most important business I know, thus Linkedin could be used in that manner. It’s not the content that nee»
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My life lately has revolved around an online site called LinkedIN ... maybe you've heard of it. It's a phenomenal site for networking, looking for jobs, and making connections. I attended a seminar this past Tuesday given by Terry Sullivan on how to best use the site and here's the BIG takeaway .... it's all about BRANDING. You may not be familiar with that term, but it's the hot buzzword in the job search world nowadays and it means ... succinct»
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In this episode of "This is Your Life," Michael Hyatt considers how otherwise busy leaders might be able to fi»
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Quick Tips: Go where your audience is. You hear it all the time, whether it’s on a LinkedIn group discussion, a forum, conversations over coffee “No one is (‘buying my book’ / ‘ordering this series’ / ‘downloading my songs’) from my site. What’s up with that?” which is usually followed by a sad, self-defeated running commentary of why their site stinks. Well, it might genuinely stink, but it might also just be the approach yo»
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A linkedIn discussion group question posed, what is the most important lesson learned in your professional life. I pasted my response below.One of my presentations is titled, "There is only one you." A leg broken on the weekend, remains broken on Monday at work. This truth persists with our emotional hurts and joys, as well as how we interact with and affect others.Growing-up on a Smith County farm, one's personal and professional life existed wi»
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For the past several years our ministries have been challenged to consider how to better reach — and connect with — an increasingly digital world. From websites to blogs, to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIN and Pinterest accounts, online registration and release forms, images and videos — even live streaming of different ministry events. In many ways it’s felt necessary to obtain additional degrees in web management and social media strategy t»
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I never cared much for LinkedIn. I can’t tell you how much I love it now. I recently joined some groups on the social media juggernaut and met a core group who I share so much in common with. I noticed in a conversation how many  people were publishing for the first time and how each one of their questions generated so many different answers. While there isn’t a wrong way to self-publish, there are more efficient ways and more cost e»
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Dr. Tom Cocklereece is CEO of RENOVA Coaching and Consulting, LLC He is a pastor, author, professional coach, leadership specialist, and is a member Coach/Teacher/Speaker for the John Maxwell Team Email | LinkedIn | Twitter | Web | Blog | Book | Coaching