Protecting your church’s online identity can be a difficult task. Every day it seems that there is a new social media network or online service popping up on the internet. Of course, you can’t join them all, however if one of them does spike in popularity (i.e. Instagram, Vine, etc…) it would be nice to know that you have your church’s online identity reserved.
Today, I am going to introduce you to a tool that will help you reserve your church’s online identity. It’s called KnowEm. What’s so special about KnowEm? Well, with KnowEm you can check to see if your church’s online identity is available on over 500 social media sites.
How does KnowEm work? Here is a quick tutorial:
First, go to KnowEm.com and enter your church’s name in the following area highlighted below, then hit enter.
After you hit enter you will see a list of results for the top social media networks (Twitter, Facebook, etc…). KnowEm will show you which identities are still available and which ones are taken. The results should look something like this:
Now if you really want to secure your identify, scroll down and click link entitled “CHECK OVER 500 MORE SOCIAL NETWORKS”, you can then see if your identity is available on more websites.
While 500 sites may seem overwhelming, it’s a good opportunity to find new social networks and services you might never heard of or find a few that you may forgotten about. (Note: Not only does Knowem check social media networks and services, it also checks domain names and trademarks as well.)
Are you actively protecting your church’s online identity? Give KnowEm a try and start protecting your church’s online identity today.
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