Archive for April 2011

Church Websites 101: 5 More Tips
3 Comments » April 27, 2011

Church Websites 101: 5 More Tips

We’re getting down to the end of our Church Websites 101 series and we’re hitting the practical tips fast and furious. Here are five more.

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See Your Easter
No Comments » April 26, 2011

See Your Easter

A handful of you participated in 'Show Us Your Easter' and we got a glimpse of what Easter looked like, from marketing materials to the events itself. It's fun to ...

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Church Websites 101: 5 Tips
No Comments » April 25, 2011

Church Websites 101: 5 Tips

We’ve been talking big picture website ideas for a while. It’s time to get down to the nitty-gritty. This series could go on forever with tips and ideas, but this ...

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Church Marketing Lab: Social Media Guides, Brochures & More
No Comments » April 23, 2011

Church Marketing Lab: Social Media Guides, Brochures & More

As Easter preparation winds down, there's still plenty of action in the Church Marketing Lab. We round up some of the threads and photos that have been posted recently.

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Show Us Your Easter!
3 Comments » April 21, 2011

Show Us Your Easter!

Since Easter is coming up quick, let's see what your church is doing for Easter. Whether it's brag-worthy or a little embarrassing, show us your Easter!

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Church Websites 101: Don’t Reinvent the Wheel
1 Comment » April 20, 2011

Church Websites 101: Don’t Reinvent the Wheel

As you sit down to build your church website, please don't reinvent the wheel. There are so many tools and templates and content management systems out there. Find something that ...

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Church Websites 101: Time to Surf
2 Comments » April 18, 2011

Church Websites 101: Time to Surf

It's time to surf the web and call it research. This is the fun part of a website redesign, when you get to look around at the competition and see ...

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A Guidebook to Visual Worship by Stephen Proctor
3 Comments » April 14, 2011

A Guidebook to Visual Worship by Stephen Proctor

I would best describe A Guidebook to Visual Worship as the manual that should be in the hands of every tech, media and design volunteer and staff person. It is ...

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Church Websites 101: Know Yourself
2 Comments » April 13, 2011

Church Websites 101: Know Yourself

As you plan and build your website you need to keep your own church's skills, abilities and faults in mind.

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Cultivate is Coming: Save $30
5 Comments » April 12, 2011

Cultivate is Coming: Save $30

The Cultivate Conference is happening in less than a month, May 4-5, in Huntington Beach, Calif., and it's not too late for you to get in on the conversation.

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Church Websites 101: Know Your Audience
3 Comments » April 11, 2011

Church Websites 101: Know Your Audience

A key to any successful marketing is to know your audience. Who you're trying to reach will determine what will work in reaching them. So you better know your audience.

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Church Marketing Directory: Photo Directories, Consultants & More
No Comments » April 8, 2011

Church Marketing Directory: Photo Directories, Consultants & More

In the past few weeks, we've seen some great resources posted to the Church Marketing Directory, so we're here to update you on a few of them.

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Church Websites 101: Call to Action
2 Comments » April 6, 2011

Church Websites 101: Call to Action

What do you actually want people to do when they visit your site? Our Church Websites 101 series continues with the call to action.

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Church Websites 101: Plan the Site
3 Comments » April 4, 2011

Church Websites 101: Plan the Site

Before diving into your website you need to do some serious planning. Talk about goals and objectives, tasks and measurements, weigh priorities and demands.

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Church Marketing Lab: Easter Preparations
1 Comment » April 1, 2011

Church Marketing Lab: Easter Preparations

Lots has been going on in the Church Marketing Lab in the run-up to Easter, and we take a break to catch you up on the action.

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