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Twitter: How to Live Tweet an Event

Have you ever wished you could attend a conference or event, but just couldn’t make it? Are you on Twitter? If so, you might be thankful for someone who lives tweets the event. Or you might be annoyed if it’s an event you have no interest in. Either way, you’ll see live tweeting or live […]

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Your Website is Great, But Where in the World Are You?

Last week I had occasion to search a fairly large number of websites for vital information. All I needed was a street address. Not only were the street addresses not easy to find on many of the sites, they were buried two or three pages deep and, on a couple of sites, nonexistent. These were […]

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What’s Your Sign?

What does your sign say about your organization? It’s seen by a few or thousands, depending on your location. Would you buy an ad in your local newspaper or magazine and use the space in a way that confuses and/or alienates your audience? This church used their visual real estate unwisely and I’ll guess that […]

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Thoughts from Leadership Summit 09

This past Friday, Christ United Methodist Church was a satellite location for The Leadership Summit, sponsored by Willow Creek Community Church. I attended the second day and live-tweeted the event from the church’s Twitter account. Here are brief thoughts from each of the sessions. Dave Gibbons Thinking Forward: Third Culture Leadership Dave Gibbons is the […]

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