How to Capitalize on Big Sundays

Easter has come and now Easter is gone! You put a ton of work into it as you prepared for weeks and even months beforehand to make sure Easter was extra special. But now, it’s over and done with. So now what? What do you do now, especially in your Church Communications and social media to inspire your church and capitalize on what happened at Easter? 
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That is why Tom brought in Seth Muse back to the podcast. Seth has a ton of experience in this as he has been in ministry for quite some time. So today Seth is going to share about:

  • What has he been up to lately (including Easter)
  • What he did on Easter Sunday to capture what was happening
  • How he used Instagram and Facebook on Easter
  • How you can use all sorts of communication the week after (hint: one of them DOES include snail mail)
  • Special Podcast update from the Orange Conference coming next week!

The great news about this is that you can utilize all the stuff that Seth did on ANY Sunday. So these are great insights to use.

Seth is a great resource in communications and would be happy to connect with you. You can check in on him on Twitter click here (twitter.com/thesethmuse). Also, you can find his blog and check out his Facebook page.

What about you? How do you follow up with people, especially after big Sundays like Christmas and Easter?  Share your thoughts and experiences below or on social media using #ymsidekick so we can all learn from each other.

To email Tom some ideas on future episodes email him here.

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Tom Pounder

A father of 4, Tom is the Online Campus Pastor as well as Social Media Director at New Life Christian Church in Chantilly, VA. He blogs, vlogs, periscopes and podcasts regularly about student and online ministry stuff. Check out his work at YMSidekick.com and on iTunes (search YMSidekick).

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