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Church in a Circle

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I continue to love this blog!

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We are having Church in a Circle tomorrow! @arlingtoncob

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Church in a Circle

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I continue to love this blog!

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Nancy Betz Fitzgerald's comment, January 19, 2013 7:32 PM
We are having Church in a Circle tomorrow! @arlingtoncob
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Church in a Circle: Interactive Learning

I really like this. I often break us into sharing 'over the pew' but THIS is much better. How can we really 'do' this with enough time and retain the feel of worship?

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10 Ways to Ensure I’ll Never Revisit your Church

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I’ve visited a lot of churches. I’m always looking for ways that we at Grace can improve. It’s amazing what a fresh set of eyes can find. It’s one thing to get people in the door once.
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Chief Marketing Officers See True Value in Social Media

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http://www.bethkanter.org

 

Buzzword:  Social Data

 

From a survey of 100 CMOs by Bazzarvoice.  Five years ago I used to say that the value of social media was that it was a free focus group to help organizations improve what they're doing.    Now that we have more sophisicated tools for monitoring social conversations and making sense fo the data - and hopefully better skills doing this - here the quantified value.

 

Some of the survey’s most interesting statistics and findings:
Making predictions: Nearly half of CMOs have used social data to make predictions or forecasts.


Discerning trends: The areas where Chief Marketing Officers believe social data is most effective is in indicating “discernible trends or patterns that may impact the business” (83%) followed by “consumer demographics and/or psychographics” (81%).


Brand awareness: Over 82% of CMOs believe social data has a measurable impact on brand awareness.


Decision making: Over 89% say that social data has influenced their decisions and 21% of those surveyed say social data affects at least one in five decisions they make.


Is your nonprofit making sense of social data?


Via Beth Kanter
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Church in a Circle

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I second these shared ideas. We do some of them. Problem is with the UNconnected feeling DISconnected when I push social media..sigh

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