I’ve been working through a series of posts on tips for your church’s website. I have been making appeals to everyone involved in church leadership to not only get a website, but make it a good one. Visitors are far more likely to check out your website BEFORE they step foot in the door of… Continue reading Personalize Your Church Website
Church Website Wednesday [quote align=”center”]85% of first time visitors are looking for your website BEFORE they step foot in your doors.[/quote] I use that statistic a lot, but only because it is one of the most valuable stats I have found to reveal the importance of a quality, well-designed church website. If 85% of first… Continue reading Open Your Doors to the Web World
Church Website Wednesdays After looking at hundreds of church websites, I have seen the good, the bad and the ugly. I am going to attempt in a weekly series to provide tips, ideas and examples to help you better utilize your website as a ministry tool. I’ve already written several posts about the necessity for… Continue reading Your Church Website as a Ministry Tool.
I was talking with a new client over the weekend about their new website. Quickly, the conversation took an obvious shift to social media. We set their site up to utilize some blogging software so that they can update information and keep their site current. I was also able to provide a couple ideas in… Continue reading Church Social Media
I know there are many things about technology that seem intimidating. I will attempt to explain the simplicity and reasoning behind having email addresses setup with your domain. In general, I realize that most people go to gmail, yahoo or the others and just get an email for simplicity sake. I’ll admit, it is very… Continue reading What’s in an… email address?
Just like the picture suggests, your church’s website needs to be a piece of your ministry. The advantages available on the web to your church are so vast and inexpensive that churches not taking advantage of them are really missing out. The list below is not comprehensive, but gives a good starting point for your… Continue reading Church Web Presence Checklist
Top Ten Reasons to Redesign Your Church’s Website by: Josh Henry 10. Your current site is utilizing outdated technology. Unfortunately, trends on the web change faster than most of us can keep up with. However, it is possible to build your site in a way that keeps it open to changing trends. For a site… Continue reading Top 10 Reasons to Re-Design your Church’s Website
As a followup to a previous post about Google Apps for your Church, I recently found out that on May 10, 2011, Google will be limiting the amount of users for the Free Accounts from 50 to 10. If you were wanting to implement the free version with more than 10 users, you’ll need to… Continue reading Google Apps for your Church – UPDATE
The question is very simple. When someone visits your church website, what impression are they getting of your church? We visit church websites from around the country trying to get a pulse on what people are doing. We see some great, some good, and many terrible! In a day where the Internet is so prevalent,… Continue reading What does your website say about your church?
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP) | Though most churches have a website, there is a divide between congregations that use their sites only for one-way communication and those that maximize their online presence with interactive technology. That is the finding of a new LifeWay Research study sponsored by Axletree Media, one of LifeWay’s partners in its Digital… Continue reading Churches have websites but many aren’t utilizing them, LifeWay survey finds By David Roach