No beliefs doesn't mean Don't believe
You put a lot of effort on your ideas, whether is a fb page, or mouth-to-mouth campaign, or through gift, calendar, free hugs.
What feedback do you get?
I got despaired sometimes.
I recently started a fb fan page to support my church, because I felt the plain old website was just a passive way to comunicate.
Page opened, now what?
I started writing sum-up of sunday’s sermons, as a remind of what was the message about, just few days back.
To stress more the importance of it, to span it longer in the week.
None. I mean one guy clicked the ‘like’ button few times.
Despair. No success.
Too much effort, for nothing…
One sunday like many, after service I was talking to some people:
“Nice your tablet. Works well for you?” a guy said.
“Great, great. [...] and I can update my blog wherever I am. Also the RBC(Rome Baptist Church) fb page. Do you know we have a fb page?”. I waited for surprise or no-care-at-all face.
“Yes, sure. I love the tuesday re-cap of the sermon” he said naturally.
Now was my turn to be surprised “Ye…ah, sure. Nice right? Ehm…”
He knew I was updating it on tuesday!
Here it was the feedback I was looking for.
Later I tried again to solicit feedback from people, about other activities I put a lot of time into.
And over and over the time, I can tell you that we
almost never waste our time.
But, there is a but.
I’m curious guy, so I did on my own a statistics about of big is my influence over people. And here it is the second surprise.
My surprise come from how to win more and more.
My personal conclusions are: