Ronn Torossian On Social Media

Posted by Ronn / on 08/27/2013 / 0 Comments

Ronn Torossian of 5WPR recently published a noteworthy article on social media & religion, which can be read in The Algemeiner Journal at:


"Outside of Judaism, many different religious leaders continue to adapt the manner in which they reach out to their flocks. Many religions have upgraded to 21st century technology, and as CEO of 5WPR, I wanted to highlight three ways that religious groups are catching up with the times.

1. Pope on Twitter

The leader of the Catholic Church is now utilizing Twitter to get his message out to people. In December of 2012, the account @Pontifex was created for use by Pope Benedict XVI to reach out to a younger, more tech savvy audience. Other accounts were created in other languages, such as Italian, and with his combined accounts, the Pope has more than six million followers. It was only 100 years ago that, for the first time, the Pope's voice was transmitted around the world, and people in other nations could hear him speak. Today, his doctrine can be blasted around the world in an instant to throngs of followers. Can't Rabbis worldwide learn something from the Pope?"

Read the full article at:



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