Having a website and Facebook page is not a digital strategy.
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1) DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGY
“What’s the most important element of a digital communications strategy?”
SEO? Social Media? Content Marketing? Email? A well designed website?
The answer? None of the above.
At Bright Salt we partner with churches, ministries, and organizations of all sizes to not merely focus on individual elements of digital communications, but to think about how to use powerful digital communications tools in unison to build a solid communication system.
2) SHARE A STORY…
What is the purpose of an organization’s website? Is the purpose of your website to give information, like services and pricing? Or is it more than just the facts?
At Bright Salt, we teach organizations of all the sizes to think about digital communication not as just fact on a web page, but as a platform designed to share your unique story.
3) ENGAGE A COMMUNITY
The Internet is becoming the town square for the global village of tomorrow. – Bill Gates
The internet is changing how we develop and engage with communities around the world and around the corner.
Never has a more powerful creativity and communication tool ever existed, and if the Church follows its typical patterns of technology assimilation – never will a more powerful opportunity be missed.
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