In the finale of a 3-part series on improving your church’s Facebook Page, we cover the information and sections you should include to make your Page user-friendly.
In part 2 of a 3-part series on improving your church’s Facebook Page, we dig into features and settings related to interaction with Page visitors. Topics include the critical settings to know, the Call-to-Action Button, Messaging, and Reviews.
Your Facebook page is an important tool for ministry, and it may even be a first stop for some visitors. In part 1 of a 3-part series on improving your church’s Facebook Page, we look at making sure people can find your Page and recognize it across Facebook.
If you have experimented with Facebook ads, you likely used them to send people to your website. But there is another option that starts a conversation instead, leading to a potentially more effective connection. Included in the post are 4 templates you can implement today!
Facebook ads are a great way to connect with people who may be interested in your church. Create custom audiences to target and spend your money wisely.