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When we think about saving money, we often consider cutting back on staff, benefits, or reevaluation of purchases. These options may seem feasible, but there are better options for money-saving tips. Given the amount of technology each church uses these days, one area to cut back is on church technology costs. There are some simple church tech tips that can help you cut back on church technology and church media resource costs. Many social media networks offer free ways to connect and communicate with members and your community. There are also free graphics and online tools available to nonprofits, as well as more volunteers to be recruited.
Check out these six money-saving church tech tips that you can implement right away:
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Social Media accounts are a great marketing tool because they reach a vast majority of people and best of all—they’re free. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and YouTube are social media accounts that will benefit your church in so many ways. Facebook is an easy way to network with others. All you have to do is put up a cover photo, and profile picture—from there post messages and photos to interact with others. Also, don’t forget to post-event reminders.
Instagram is a way to showcase messages through pictures. Upload pictures of church events, services, staff members, or motivational messages to share with those who follow you. Twitter is great for sharing information in real-time. It’s easy to use, just make sure your posts are short and simple. Bible verses, event reminders, and motivational messages are great for Twitter. Snapchat is the fastest way to share a moment. It’s great for sending out reminders and sharing your favorite moments. All you have to do is take a picture and post it on your story for all your connections to see. YouTube is a great...
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