Interesting article on the future of Twitter.
In the past, when people heard about Twitter, they assumed that the way to use it was you had to tweet about something. I think more and more people are seeing it as, “I can just see what’s happening in the world. I can see what’s happening about any event.” And the faster we make it for people to realize that, we grow this amazing daily audience around any particular event around the globe.
Then our work is to connect them to people they want to follow long term, and then our work is to convince them that actually you should talk about it, you should share something. We are a conversational medium around these live events. That’s the easiest way to get in.
So we’re focused on strengthening that and simplifying that path.
I like the way Jack Dorsey is couching Twitter as a real-time even tool. I think the question is how they will find a way to keep users engaged on the same level that Facebook does.
via The Future of Twitter: Q&A with Jack Dorsey
Welcome to Episode 52 of the Ask Darrel podcast. On this episode we’re talking about how to pitch a design to a ministry or a minister.
Let’s talk about how to pitch a design to a minister or a ministry in your church. Learning how to pitch your ideas is crucial to your success. If you can learn how to pitch, then you can make your life easier and build a better a relationship with your co-workers.
Welcome to Episode 51 of the Ask Darrel podcast. This episode is a live recording from the National Religious Broadcasters Convention. We’re talking about the disruption of communications through social media channels. Note, if you want to skip past all the ads, head to about the 11 minute marker.
Welcome to Episode 50 of the Ask Darrel podcast. On this episode we’re talking to the one and only Katie Allred.
For Episode 50, I wanted to have a conversation with Katie Allred. Katie is probably one of the smartest people I know when it comes to social media and she continues to do amazing work. In this episode, we talk about what it takes to do her job as a social media manager, and her thoughts on the latest trends.
Really interesting article. This definitely has impact on the future of mobile apps and QR codes.
To be clear, this is just the beginning of the bots era, and there are many developments to come. The leaders in this space — Kik, WeChat, Line, Facebook, Slack, and Telegram — all have their own ideas about how this is all going to play out. But one thing I think we can all agree on is that chat is going to be the world’s next great operating system: a Bot OS (or, as we like to call it, BOS). These developments open up new and giant opportunities for consumers, developers, and businesses. Chat apps will come to be thought of as the new browsers; bots will be the new websites. This is the beginning of a new internet.
via The Future of Chat Isn’t AI — Medium.
Welcome to Episode 49 of the Ask Darrel podcast. On this episode we’re talking about how to build a digital content strategy for your church.
Let’s talk about how to create a digital content strategy for your church. Today, I’m going to cover how to create consistent source of content and how to think about distribution.
Welcome to Episode 48 of the Ask Darrel podcast. In this episode, we’re talking about Facebook’s new emojis.
On this episode we’re going to talk about the new Facebook emojis: love, haha, wow, sad, and angry. Plus, we’ll talk about how this could affect your Facebook’s page content.