Attention all users!
Facebook is the fastest-growing social networking phenomenon which has skyrocketed to over 500 million users in just a few short years. It allows family, friends, and church members to keep in touch via a network of relationships.
SermonAudio now offers automatic Facebook 'Like' Integration which allows anyone with a Facebook account to LIKE any sermon, homepage, blog, event, store, photo, news item with a single click. This differs slightly from simply sharing links in that a running (public) counter is displayed of all users who also LIKED the same item.
It's about the network! Here's how it works. When someone clicks on the LIKE button for your church homepage or sermon, it instantly displays it to all friends in their network. And if one of those friends also clicks on that LIKE notification, it sends it along to their network of friends .. and so on.
It's easy to see how through this simple mechanism, you could easily achieve fast exposure for your church! We would therefore encourage you to find your church homepage in the broadcasters section, scroll to the bottom and click on the LIKE button there. It's one-click easy and it increases exposure for your church!
The LIKE button is integrated on every sermon, blog, events, store page as well. So if there's a particular sermon you enjoyed, click the LIKE button and share it with your friends. It's never been easier to share great content!
New! Facebook LIKE Integration on the iPhone! How about this? iOS6 now supports Facebook integration so it's easier than ever now to share a sermon you enjoyed to all your friends on Facebook with a single click of the built-in LIKE button in our app!
New! Facebook + Sermon Browser! You can now fully integrate your sermons directly into your church's Facebook page! For step-by-step details on how to make this work, please take a look at our video tutorial.
By the way, feel free to follow us on SermonAudio's own Facebook account to participate in periodic polls, sermon staff picks, and other site announcements...