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 LDS365.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 now...
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...
How to Follow LDS Media Talk on Facebook

How to Follow LDS Media Talk on Facebook

Facebook is changing its algorithms on what it shows in your Facebook feed. You will now see more posts from your friends and fewer posts from Facebook Pages (like companies and organizations). That’s good because you’ll see fewer ads, but it also means...
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...
Who Handles Your Facebook Account When You Die?

Who Handles Your Facebook Account When You Die?

Facebook now lets you choose who will manage your Facebook account after you die. The Legacy Contact setting lets you designate a family member or friend who will be able to access your account after you die. Up until now, Facebook only offered a Memorialization...
Keeping Kids Safe on Facebook

Keeping Kids Safe on Facebook

The Facebook page Help Your Teens Play it Safe offers a few tips parents can use to keep their kids safe on Facebook. Facebook lets you control the audience of your posts. Therefore, encourage your kids to review their privacy settings and to make sure they consider...
LDSface2face with Lindsey Stirling Nov. 25

LDSface2face with Lindsey Stirling Nov. 25

Lindsey Stirling will be the next featured guest in the LDS Face-to-Face series on November 25, 2014, at 6:30 p.m. MST. You can watch the event on Facebook, the Youth Activities page, and on the Mormon Channel. The first #LDSface2face event was with David Archuleta in...
LDS General Conference on Social Media

LDS General Conference on Social Media

The Church plans to publish social media messages during LDS General Conference on the Church’s Facebook page (facebook.com/LDS) and Twitter account (@LDSchurch). We invite you to share these messages with your friends. Facebook Memes with quotes from the First...
Hashtags for LDS General Conference

Hashtags for LDS General Conference

Social media users often categorize their posts by using hashtags, which are words prefixed with a hash (#) sign. These subject tags can be searched on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest, Flickr, and Tumblr to find information about a given...

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