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I Just Can’t Count on Facebook or Twitter Anymore

I Just Can’t Count on Facebook or Twitter Anymore

I used to be able to write an article on LDSMediaTalk.com and post a teaser about it on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ and it would reach my 6,800 followers on Facebook and my 46,000 followers on Twitter and my 2,500 followers on Google+. But those social networks are...
Are You Seeing LDS Media Talk on Facebook?

Are You Seeing LDS Media Talk on Facebook?

If you follow LDS Media Talk on Facebook, with the recent changes Facebook made in what it shows to users, you may not be seeing all of our articles. Here’s what you can do about it. What has changed on Facebook? In January, Facebook changed its algorithms to...
Greg Trimble’s Book “The Virtual Missionary”

Greg Trimble’s Book “The Virtual Missionary”

Greg Trimble’s new book The Virtual Missionary: The Power of Your Digital Testimony is a great introduction on how to use social media to share your testimony online. By using personal examples, he explains how to easily use Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, or a...
LDS Church Leaders Share Thoughts on Social Media

LDS Church Leaders Share Thoughts on Social Media

Several leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are using social media to share inspirational messages with people around the world. Below are a few posts from this month that I’ve enjoyed. See a list of Facebook Pages and Twitter...
Social Media Discussed at LDS General Conference

Social Media Discussed at LDS General Conference

Several speakers at the October 2017 LDS general conference mentioned the use of social media. They spoke about the incomparable potential for both good and bad. Used effectively, social media can be a great way to communicate and share goodness. But overused or used...
Elder Stevenson Urges Use of Technology to Spread Gospel

Elder Stevenson Urges Use of Technology to Spread Gospel

“May each of you have the courage to blog, pin, like, share, post, friend, tweet, snap, and swipe up in a way that will glorify, honor, and respect the will of our loving Heavenly Father and bring a knowledge of the Savior to your family, loved ones, and friends,”...
Follow LDS General Conference on Snapchat

Follow LDS General Conference on Snapchat

Below is a snap code that Snapchat users can scan to follow the Church’s account to get updates and photos of general conference. Mobile users who have the Snapchat app downloaded can also click on this link (snapchat.com/add/ldschurch) and be taken right to the...
Staying Safe on Social Networks

Staying Safe on Social Networks

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month—time to focus on safer ways to shop, search, socialize, and do everything else online. Throughout the month I’ll post articles to remind you of best practices for online activities. Facebook, Twitter, Google+,...
Follow the New Apostles on Social Media

Follow the New Apostles on Social Media

This weekend in LDS general conference, Elder Ronald A. Rasband, Elder Gary E. Stevenson, and Elder Dale G. Renlund were sustained as apostles. Listed below are their social media accounts if you want to follow them on Facebook and Twitter: Elder...
LDS Leaders Active on Social Media

LDS Leaders Active on Social Media

Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have joined the online conversation in recent years and are embracing the church’s challenge to “share goodness” by posting messages and photos to social media. LDS.org announced in 2013 that...
3 Simple Habits for Healthy Online Activity

3 Simple Habits for Healthy Online Activity

In the April 2015 LDS General Conference, Elder José A. Teixeira suggested three simple habits that will help you establish healthy online activity. He said, “These habits will generate the daily self-reflections that are necessary for us to grow closer to the...
7 Tips for LDS Using Social Media in Church Callings

7 Tips for LDS Using Social Media in Church Callings

The video below provides “7 Tips for LDS Members Using Social Media in Church Callings.” These 7 tips serve as a checklist for using the Internet to spread the message of the gospel. Here are the tips distilled into a short list: Always get Priesthood...

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