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Imagine if social media weren’t another to-do or something else to have to “figure out”? When we treat social media as a digital extension of our congregations, life becomes easier and magic happens.
Join digital marketers Tim Campbell-Smith and Kaeli Sweigard for an interactive 90 minute webinar on how you can match your current ministry efforts with easy to implement social media tactics to deepen your community and grow your ministries. From memes to posting, engagement to direct messaging, we’ll explore what it means to match your in person presence to an online presence.
EVENT DATE & DETAILS
This workshop will be offered twice to offer the most scheduling flexibility for attendees. Attendees do not need to attend both sessions.
Workshop(s) are listed in Eastern Standard Time (EST).
Tim Campbell-Smith is so extroverted he puts the social back in social media. Tim’s love language is local restaurants, and Time Magazine describes him as “someone we’ve literally never heard of.” Having a passionate love affair with Pinterest, Tim’s plants describe him as a “snazzy guy who’s pretty good at digital marketing.”
Tim also felt obligated to share he’s consulted for hundreds of businesses worldwide and completed training with honours in both Adult Education and Digital Marketing Management. An international speaker and trainer, he also teaches business and marketing at York University, and his newest book, Lousy and Conflicting Advice: A Humorous Reflection on a Career in Social Media Marketing is out now.
Kaeli is a digital marketing professional with a heart for community-building. In true millennial style, she was raised ‘spiritual but not religious’, and decided to be baptized at age 27. She went on to participate in the World Council of Churches’ Ecumenical School, acted as Vice-Moderator of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Canada, and worked as Communications Coordinator for the Canadian Council of Churches.