By Rabbi Arnold Samlan Originally posted on eJewishPhilanthropy.com A hallmark of my work as a rabbi and Jewish educational leader has included the use of social media, be it as a blogger, and as a user of Facebook and Twitter. …

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The Detroit Free Press ran an article detailing how social media is being used by religious leaders. In his article “What Would Jesus Tweet?,” religion editor Niraj Warikoo looks at how houses of worship are using Facebook and Twitter to …

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Social Media has grown exponentially in the past few years and has become an emerging field of study and consulting. All of a sudden everyone is a social media maven. The youngest employee (or intern) at law offices, accounting firms, …

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When it comes to exploiting the Internet for publicity, no Jewish organization does it better than Chabad. Back in the 90’s, Chabad Lubavitch took full advantage of the virtual communities on America Online (AOL) and then launched some of the …

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Rabbis, you need to have a presence on Facebook if you want to succeed in the 21st century! I heard these words at a STAR Foundation retreat for rabbis. STAR’s former director Rabbi Hayim Herring stated unequivocally that in this …

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