Strategies for Your Church’s Social Media Content
Each network has unique characteristics. One is post lifespans. The lifespan of a post, or how long it is visible to your followers, is somewhat dependent on the size of a person’s network.
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4) Good titles/headlines
Since social media is a form of publishing, all the rules about writing for mass consumption still apply. The first and most important of these is a good title/headline. I work harder on the title than on any other part of the post. My early posts had such compelling titles as “Craft” and “Baptism.” Over time, I have seen my blog site data affirm the assuredly fictitious, but presented as being true, statistic that 80 people of people will read a headline and only 20 percent the rest of your content.
Sometime in 2013, I began studying what makes a good title. And what do you know – the principles are the same ones that have been used by editors and mad men for a century. Good titles start with understanding your message and your audience.
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