Each day we reach about 8,000 people with our devotionals and yet we know that there are so many people who still don’t know that we exist. Nearly 1 in 2 people have a chronic condition, from back pain to heart disease, diabetes to joint stiffness that has yet to be diagnosed.
That’s why we really appreciate it when you share the devotionals because you never know who may desperately need the message it has that day.
How are some ways you can share the devotional?
If you are on any social networks like Facebook or Pinterest it is easy so I thought I would walk you through it.
At the top of each devotional you will see these icons.
- If you are on Pinterest (about 25% of our visitors now find us on Pinterest) you can click this “Pin it” button and a description is already available in the box that you can use or change.
- If you click the Facebook “Like” button a link to the article will show in your Facebook stream that you liked this article.
- If you are in Google+ you can share the article here.
- If you are in LinkedIn, you can share it here with the button that says “in”
At the bottom of each article/devotional you will find a few more options to make it easy.
If you want to print the devotional out and not have all our other information on the sides of it, this will allow you to do so, as well and print without any graphics at all if you want to conserve ink.
There are some other social networks some of our readers us here, including Stumble Upon and Tumblr. Sometimes when you share a link to Facebook or LinkedIn you want to add a comment about it and these are the buttons to click then–in the area where is says “Sharing is Caring.”
If a devotional encourages you, please share it. We have all the social network buttons so you can easily share it on Facebook, tweet about it, Pin it on Pinterest, whatever. We don’t have dollars to spend on advertising and people ignore it anyway. But when a friend shares something that touched her or him, people pay attention. We understand many people don’t use the social networks but if you do, this will help us be able to encourage thousands more people who are suffering quietly with illness, feeling so very alone. It means a lot to me… thank you!