AmazonSmile can help you to generate donations for your church and school. In this issue, we'll cover how to apply to the program, tips for creating an Amazon Storefront, using Canva for Instagram stories, and more.
While social media can be a huge blessing, it can also cause many headaches when determining how and when its use has become a problem in your church and/or school. In Issue 9, we'll cover creating a social media policy.
Facebook Groups are great tools to discuss Christian education, connect with your school community, or for use with your class. Learn all about them in the issue. Additionally, this issue will dive deeper into video and how to repurpose content.
Are you up for a challenge? Use the 30-Day posting challenge found in this issue to enhance your social media use. Additionally, learn how to calculate and track your engagement rate with tips and tricks for raising it.
In this issue, learn to set your social media accounts up for success in the verification process on each platform and add video into your content calendar. Plus, learn how to create interactive Instagram stories and play around with Instagram Reels!
It can be easy to take a break from posting to social media when school isn’t in session, but posting is still important. In this issue of Lutheran Schools Communicator, discuss how to use user-generated content and focus on creating a schedule for the upcoming seasons.
In this issue of Lutheran School Communicator, we will be discussing cross-posting, batching, and how to compose and take images to complement your school's social media style. This issue also features discussion on COVID-19 and how to respond to the impact it has on your social media communications plan.
In this issue of Lutheran School Communicator, we will be discussing three different social media networking platforms you can use to build your social media presence, help gain credibility for your school, and create an inviting space for prospective families. Not all Lutheran schools are at the same stage in terms of their social media presence, but that is all right, and we are here to help. Issue 3 has information that can assist you with step-by-step instructions for how to best create each account for your school. If your school already has social media accounts, we have provided a checklist to ensure you have set up these accounts correctly as well as insight into how to use Tailwind and Canva to enhance your social media aesthetic.
In order to successfully run an Instagram account, you must be familiar with some definitions of the features of the platform. In this issue of Lutheran Schools Communicator, we will cover those basic, necessary definitions and discuss posting permissions and guidelines. We will also include more discussion on roles and another round of content ideas for the month of March.
As church workers and educators, we know you have a lot on your plate. Social media can feel like just another thing that involves meetings, committees, and more of our time. However, once you have established the first few steps of creating an account and considering who will head it up, it does not need to involve the entire staff or take up much time! We are here to provide a monthly guide for your Lutheran school. We want to help you establish a consistent posting schedule with a visually appealing feed to help take the stress out of running and maintaining a successful social media presence.