Webmatters

Author's details

Name: web matters
Date registered: February 26, 2012
URL: http://www.webmatters.com

Biography

Webmatters: web people since 1995

Latest posts

  1. Flipped Theology: New Technologies for Teaching Ancient Truths — August 28, 2014
  2. The 6 Rules for More Effective Slide Presentations — August 19, 2014
  3. The 5 Benefits of Collaboration — August 19, 2014
  4. How to Ignite Your Pinterest Boards — May 19, 2014
  5. Social Media in Education — May 5, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Seven Simple Twitter (and Facebook and LinkedIn) Rules — 4 comments
  2. How to Make Your Ministry Website Practical and Usable — 3 comments
  3. How to Ignite Your Pinterest Boards — 3 comments
  4. Best Practices: Facebook for Churches — 3 comments
  5. How to Make Your Website Mobile — 2 comments

Author's posts listings

Aug 28 2014

Flipped Theology: New Technologies for Teaching Ancient Truths

Dr. J.R. Miller discusses the benefits of technology for pastoring and biblical instruction. He explains how technology has enabled a farther reach of the gospel, more accountability, and more availability of knowledge. Dr. Miller emphasizes that technology can never replace human interaction which is fundamental to Christian teachings.

Aug 19 2014

The 6 Rules for More Effective Slide Presentations

The 6 Rules for More Effective Slide Presentations: As leaders, communication is essential to success. In this episode, Michele Cushatt and Michael Hyatt discuss how to use slides to enhance your presentations and make a greater impact on your audience.

Aug 19 2014

The 5 Benefits of Collaboration

The 5 Benefits of Collaboration: Welcome to the new season of This Is Your Life. In this first episode, Michele Cushatt, Michael Hyatt’s new co-host, and Michael talk about why he decided to change his podcast so dramatically and what you can learn about leadership from our experience.

May 19 2014

How to Ignite Your Pinterest Boards

Professor Carolyn Kim of Biola University explains how organizations can engage audiences via Pinterest.

May 05 2014

Social Media in Education

Dr. Ron Hannaford discusses the strange dynamic of social networking whereby people have many connections but few deep relationships. He considers the reasons that these realities have come to be, what positive aspects come with connectivity, and what negative aspects come with a diminished sense of relationship.

Apr 28 2014

Building Relationships One Tweet at a Time

Dr. Rebecca Hong recounts her application of Twitter to a class of freshman, explaining how social networking facilitated a strong sense of community in the class. She considers the unique benefits to using Twitter and encourages her audience to find ways to apply Twitter to their own interactions.

Apr 21 2014

How to Create and Integrate Vision With Collaborative Technology Teams

Smashing Silos With Strategic Integration: Eric Brown discusses the positive impact that collaboration and integration can have in a company. He explains that rallying employees around a higher cause leads to far greater success than isolating the bits and pieces of an organization. Brown shares how organizations might create and integrate vision with their collaborative …

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Apr 14 2014

How to Create an Effective Android and iPhone App

Neil Perlin explains the ViziApps platform for creating iPhone and Android apps. He walks his audience through the interface and discusses the steps to creating an effective app. Along the way, he offers bits of important practical considerations for non-techie developers.

Apr 07 2014

How to Advance Your Ministry Online

How to Advance Your Ministry Online

Mar 30 2014

How to Get One Million Social Media Fans

Jason Caston, Internet Church Expert and author of How to Get One Million Social Media Fans explains how to engage audience on various social networking sites. He discusses the benefits of the different networks and notes the importance of audience awareness. Caston offers practical advice for engaging users in different spheres and with different mediums.

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