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For this month--here's what we posted to our News & Insights section!

John Stonestreet and The Point®

The Point® John StonestreetIt's been a great first week as John Stonestreet is the new voice of "The Point®."

In case your schedule hasn't allowed you to listen in, here's a snapshot of what John has covered this week on-air: Discrimination Against Religious Beliefs, Lady Gaga and Your Teens and, of course a hot topic, the Beiber Fever.

The cultural conversations that John's sharing with your listeners are exactly what they'll be talking about with their families, co-workers, neighbors and friends. It's all about reaching people where they are at...or as John says, reaching them in ...

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Social ROI??

  • Monday, March 7, 2011
  • Carolyn Kim
  • Insights

Social MediaIn almost any conversation about social media, the question of ROI comes up. Of course, with the investment of time, staff and other resources...you should want to know the value your social media is bringing to your organization!

There's a variety of ways you can measure ROI, depending on your situation and platform. Here's 5 steps to help you get started.

1.    Determine why you're on Social Media in the first place: You need to know why you're using a specific platform before you can decide if it's accomplished its goal. You may be ...

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1)  Ascribe value where it is appropriate.

2)  Patrick's plea.

3)  Message to Mr. Truman.

4)  And also to Herald Square.

5)  The Lord's prayerful instruction.

6)  Knick-knack, patty-whack.

7)  The MC's exhortation to the crowd.

8)  The fund-raiser's motivator.

9)  All Mr. Lennon was saying.

10) Emma wrote for the Lady in NYC harbor.


Stuck? Check with Peggy for answers!


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Prayer: A Legacy

There is no greater privilege for a parent, than praying for our children!  The fact is, praying children (and praying adults) usually come from praying parents!  

As we have often heard on "Keep It Simple," Emilie Barnes encourages us to pray for our children and grandchildren.  

She suggests letting them catch you when reading your Bible, and when praying for them.  When children know their parents are praying for them, it reassures them of your love. 

What a blessing it will be to one day hear our children and grandchildren say, "I am who I am today because my parents ...

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