17 Social Media Myths That You Must Do Everything To Avoid

Steve Fogg —  August 15, 2013 — 3 Comments

Social media myths

I love community wisdom. We are collectively better off when we are learning and listening to one another. I especially love learning from others when it comes to my pet passion – social media.

This week I was part of the regular Church Social Media Twitter chat (follow the hashtag: #chsocm) and a great question came up ‘What are the greatest myths/falsehoods about social media & church?’ I thought the answers were so good that they were worthy of sharing with you. Check out below the 17 social media myths that you must do everything to avoid.
















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3 responses to 17 Social Media Myths That You Must Do Everything To Avoid

  1. Myth: It’s just a fad.

  2. Carolyn Clement (@singingcarolyn) August 19, 2013 at 5:14 am

    Thanks for sharing these! If your readers want to check out the full #chscom chat transcript, it can be found here: http://churchsocmed.blogspot.com/2013/08/church-social-media-chat-81313-myths.html

    Better yet, all are welcome to join in the conversation, every Tuesday at 9pmET, following the hashtag #chsocm. It’s a friendly group, with newcomers arriving weekly, and lots of great ideas shared.

    Hope to see you there.

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