Mormon.org — https://twitter.com/mormonorg
LDS Newsroom — http://twitter.com/LDSNewsroom
Mormon Channel — http://twitter.com/mormonchannel
Mormon Messages — http://twitter.com/mormonmessages
FamilySearch News — http://twitter.com/familysearch
Friend Magazine — http://twitter.com/friendlds
LDS Tech — http://twitter.com/ldstech
On her blog, Skaggs suggested 10 tips for tweeting during general conference. Among others, Skaggs advises against excessive idle chatter and tweets "every six seconds." She endorses sharing the gospel, sharing personal feelings and having fun.
Church members can also post thoughts and feelings about conference on the LDS Facebook page.
A newer social media tool, called “Pinterest,” is where users curate images by "pinning" them with links and commentary to themed boards.
“Pinterest is a great way to promote the church online through photos and videos,” Skaggs said.
For more information on general conference and its availability, visit LDS.org.
"Social media is becoming an important part of general conference," Skaggs said. "It's important that we extend our reach by broadcasting more and continuing to send those messages to utilize these social media tools."
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