How To 4X Your Church’s Facebook Engagement In 2018 | Pro Church Daily Ep. #008 November 19, 2019 Tags:Brady Shearer, Christian, Christian Blog, Christian Church, Christian Facebook, Christian Instagram, Christian Services, Christian Social Media, Christian Storytelling, Christian Websites, Christianity, Christians Online, Church, Church Communications, Church Community, Church Life, Church Media, Church Online, Church Social Media, Church Websites, Creative Church, Disciple, Pro Church Daily, Pro Church Tools, Storytape Related Posts Our Spiritual Wedding Ceremony In Brazil By The Sea | World Wide Wed | Refinery29 “11+ Million Views”Best Ever Wedding Dance Bride and Groom Kerala Style Rejani Weds Sreeraj Hochzeits-Fieber: Die Katze schlüpft wieder ins Brautkleid! About The Author Torey Turner 19 Comments Live From The Fridge 🤯mind blowing 😉 thanks January 16, 2018 Reply Live From The Fridge Hi, Do you have a link for storytape? January 16, 2018 Reply Benjamin Holmes Thanks Brady and Alex! Already really enjoying ProChurch Daily. This is something I'm definitely going to put into practice! January 16, 2018 Reply Leland Talbert Brady thank you for the information and creative foresight. I would like to use storytape but i did not see that many Africa Americans in the videos. Will you be adding more footage? January 16, 2018 Reply HRH KING Hi Brady, thanks for always revealing interesting tips on how to do things better.Do millennials prefer to attend a church service by logging on online or to be physically present in the church auditorium? Please could you do an analysis on this? Shout out to you for the #Nigerian flag in your intro & outro cuts. Up Naija! January 16, 2018 Reply Andrew Probstfeld “The Boss Man”.. lol. January 16, 2018 Reply Harrison Brincku Any tips for churches on Twitter? January 16, 2018 Reply RLC GRAND PRAIRIE Thanks for this video. We will be implementing this soon. January 17, 2018 Reply Sam Kamnikar Hey Brady, the idea of a social media team to like, comment, and share is super intriguing to me and something I would love to do this year. Is that initial email you sent to those you involved in that something you would be willing to share? Would love to see how you explained to those folks what you were desiring to do by creating that team. Thanks! January 17, 2018 Reply LionTree Media "Four ex?" 🚫Is that a northern thing?🤣 Quadruple is probably the word you're looking for! But seriously, this is the single best advice. We started doing this in late 2016 and our reach went from about 5-8K per week to averaging 30k!! Our engagement went from s few hundred per week to 3K average. January 17, 2018 Reply Chad Brooks I've done this before, we call it the guerilla team. It helps engagement significantly. It is also a great entry way into helping out with the communications at church. January 17, 2018 Reply Christian Clack "Game" Facebook algorithm. Love it! Thank again Brady. January 22, 2018 Reply Bryce Engquist Thanks guys for this video. I needed it. I was looking for facebook tips for a ministry that wants some social media presence. January 30, 2018 Reply GWCinstitute 4:44 "a group of let's say 100 people or more."Um, not all churches have 100 people. Most SBC churches have fewer than 100. The church I attend only has about 50 in worship, and about 25-30 in Sunday School. February 1, 2018 Reply JustDeraj Love this setup. What camera/lens are you all using? February 15, 2018 Reply Genevieve Leary This is great especially since they have changed the algorithm on Facebook for businesses!! September 14, 2018 Reply Ben Brown Hey guys, I can't remember which video I was watching, but was wondering about the 'Impressum' box on a facebook page and what pertinent information for a church should be or could included in there? September 20, 2018 Reply Andrew Tandoh Basically have a team to engage with your posts, so you can get organic traffic from your platform. Great content man ! February 7, 2019 Reply Emil V.H. Kerekes Does your group should come under your church Facebook page? Because your church facebook page comes under someone else personal page… Right? June 26, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.