Trying to Master Social Media? Join us for a Fun Project!

Carey Nieuwhof - Lead Pastor —  December 10, 2013 — 1 Comment

Maybe you own a business and you’re great at what you do, but you haven’t quite figured out social media.

Or maybe you’re Pinterest enthusiast, or love Tumblr, Facebook or Twitter. Or perhaps you’re starting your own YouTube channel or just can’t get enough of Instagram.

If any of these are true and you attend Connexus, I’ve got something I’d love for you to be a part of.

social media concept

In the first quarter of 2014, we’re going to completely rethink and reboot how we do social media at Connexus.

I’m building a small team to help us do that. If you fit the criteria above (social media savvy or are motivated to learn), then join our new social media group.

Some facts:

  • You don’t need to be an expert but you must be anxious to learn.
  • You will attend about a half dozen meetings over three months with some fun reading homework and assignments. 
  • You’ll be invited to help us reengage or engage our social media. 

If you’re interested, join us this Sunday, December 15th at 12:00 noon in the Connexus offices at 546 Bryne Drive. Lunch will be provided. 

Anyone who decides to join the team during Sunday’s meeting will receive a free copy of Gary Vaynerchuck’s Jab Jab Jab Right Hook—his brand new book on how to use social media in a noisy world.  Not a bad bonus!

The goal? To use social media in brand new ways to help us reach more unchurched people. And as a bonus—you’ll figure out how to leverage it better for your business or in your life.

So, are you interested? Send us a quick email to let us know you’re coming.

See you then!

- Carey

One response to Trying to Master Social Media? Join us for a Fun Project!

  1. I would like to understand social media better. Interested in attending, listening and learning to engage culture for the sake of the Kingdom of God.

    J

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