HEARTS OVERFLOWING: FACEBOOK, WORDPRESS, INSTAGRAM AND TWITTER
Social Media is the 21st century’s communications tool of choice. Whether you’re only on Facebook to see your grandkids’ pictures or you’re constantly online to share, chat, and like, pretty much everyone, all around the world, uses social media. While media experts call the sum total of an entity’s social media presence a “foot print,” here at GHM, we call our social media persona our “Heart Print.”
We’re pretty excited about that Heart Print these days. While no one would be surprised to discover most of our friends on Facebook are Americans, you might not realize the next largest group is from Afghanistan and we have followers in Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Turkey and Kazakhstan. If you take a look at the stats on our blog, the graphic showing where our readers come from looks like a meeting of the United Nations.
If you follow our feeds, you’ll stay up to date our latest developments all over the world, but you’ll also do something even more important. You’ll help us greatly increase the number of people we’re able to reach with our message. Millions watch our programs via satellite. Imagine being able to help us reach even more hurting hearts just with the simple click of your mouse.
Though it may seem the circulation of items on social media is random, it’s actually based on very specific algorithms. The most basic building block for those algorithms is the number of people following a feed. Believe it or not, by simply following our blog or liking a post on Facebook, you could help us reach someone in Kazakhstan or Uzbekistan with the Good News.
We’re Glad You’re Here
You may have arrived at this blog post by a number of means. You may have seen us on Facebook or maybe a friend forwarded it to your inbox. However you arrived, we’re glad you made it. If you’d like to follow this blog, there are two ways to do it:
- If you’re someone who uses Facebook regularly, you can like and follow us there.
- Or if you’d prefer for a link of the latest blog articles to be forwarded directly to you via email, you can follow the blog.
- If you do both, it’s like turbocharging the algorithms.
Below you will find instructions to help you connect with our Heart Beat on various pages. To ensure these sites notify you of our posts, we recommend you go online from a computer. What you see on your phone is truncated and you may not be able to follow the steps as outlined. Also, while your phone may allow you to like a post, some phones will not show you the option to follow our feed.
- Go to our page: www.facebook.com/globalheartmedia/
- Beside the heart logo, click the Like Button.
- Click on the arrow for the menu on the Like Button.
- Select “See First” under “In Your Newsfeed”
- Select “All On” under “Notifications”
Then scroll down the page liking, commenting and sharing. (The more frequently you do this step, the more people see our posts.)
- From your search page, go to globalheartministries.wordpress.com/ (or if you are already here, just follow the steps below)
- On the right side of the screen, below the picture of the mountain, look for FOLLOW BLOG VIA EMAIL
- Click on that. If a dialog box asks for your email address, fill it in (some of your search engines may provide this automatically.)
- If you have a WordPress blog of your own, clicking the Blue WordPress ”Follow” Button, will add the posts to your reader.
- Our blog also has a monthly prayer page. The URL is https://globalheartministries.wordpress.com/prayer/
Click the Follow Button
Click on the Follow Button
Join Your Heart to Ours
Being a Social Media Advocate is just one of the ways you can partner with Global Heart Ministries to fulfill The Great Commission in this generation. Together we can bring the light and the truth of Jesus Christ right into the living rooms of every deceived child, every oppressed woman, and every hurting home. This is our message. This is our call.
We invite you to join this vision as a volunteer, a prayer warrior, or a financial donor. Contact us today by phone or email. Let us know how you’d like to partner with us as we reach out to the Most Unreached Regions of the World.