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We’re all concerned about sharing and privacy on Facebook. But many times we forget that we WANT people to be able to share things with a wider audience than our “friends.” This will be especially true in the upcoming planning for and celebration of our 400th anniversary. You’ll find an audience selector tool most places […]
Five years ago, Forbes magazine published an article entitled, “From Social Networks to Collaboration Networks: The Next Evolution of Social Media for Business.” To re-purpose a key phrase of this article (underlined sections are my variations), the biggest value that social networks offer goes beyond being marketing channels to push communication to leaders and Vincentian […]
Evangelization takes planning. Planning takes research. Research means reading a lot of current marketing articles. Often, when planning our evangelization initiatives we think of using social media. But we don’t make a social media plan. What is this plan? A social media evangelization plan is the summary of everything you plan to do and hope […]
The world is moving to messaging. We told you about .famvin on Telegram, and not many of you seemed interested 🙁 Many of you use WhatsApp. In a public Q&A session November 2014, Mark Zuckerberg explained: “Messaging is one of the few things that people do more than social networking.” And since 2014, Facebook have […]
The future is without apps, or so they say…. We may soon no longer need to install apps with help from Google and Apple. “There’s an App for That.” You’ve heard it. It’s the trademarked slogan that defined the mobile world since 2008. Surely, apps seemed to be the way to go. Coding bootcamps that […]By Aidan R. Rooney, C.M. on April 5, 2016 in Social, Social Media, Vincentian Family Haiti Initiative
Throughout the Vincentian world, laudable projects go unfunded or underfunded. It’s not because of the lack of resources available. It’s often because of the failure to provide people with the opportunities to give “to their heart’s desire.” Online fundraising is a powerful way to fund projects both small and large. You need creativity and you […]By Aidan R. Rooney, C.M. on March 29, 2016 in Evangelization, Social, Social Media, Technology: Issues and Uses
To evangelize doesn’t mean only reading from the Bible. Social media trends ought to concern the “professional evangelizer. To all of you who manage webs, Facebook pages, twitter accounts…whatever… this is for you! As of January 2015, 80% of Internet users own a smartphone. An estimated 2 billion persons worldwide are expected to own a […]
Do you have favorite sites you go to regularly to feed your soul or keep you updated? Allison Gingras writes, Do you remember where you saw that great article on … well anything, really? I can barely remember where I put my shoes most days never mind keeping straight all the great sites I visit […]
Google hangouts makes sharing information on successful projects and collaborations a must for the Vincentian Family. The non-profit and the business world have been using them for a while now, and with great impact. Here’s how “ONE” announced one of its Google Hangouts: To continue that dialogue, we are teaming together with Women Thrive to […]
Telegram is a free communication tool available for most electronic devices and platforms, including Android & Apple tablets and smartphones, and also PC, Mac and Linux desktop operating systems. Thanks to this application, you can connect with people (regardless of location), coordinate groups of people, share documents… among many other options. Its popularity has increased […]By Vincentian Family Office on June 18, 2015 in Formation, Social, Vincentian Family, Year of Vincentian Collaboration
Collaboration begins with getting to know the Family. Social media can get it done.By Vincentian Family Office on June 13, 2015 in Daughters of Charity, Formation, Social, Vincentian Family, Year of Vincentian Collaboration
Looking to leverage social media for your part of the Vincentian Family? Storify may be the place to go!