Archive for the ‘Technology’ Category

Who’s Viewing Your Mobile Content?
No Comments » March 23, 2015

Who’s Viewing Your Mobile Content?

You've got a lot of different visitors and they're all looking for something different. We explore how you can differentiate mobile content to reach them.

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A Case Study for Using Email Effectively
1 Comment » March 18, 2015

A Case Study for Using Email Effectively

One church got such a good response rate with email that they launched an online class via email. Learn more about this innovative approach.

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5 Ways To Increase Your Church’s Giving
No Comments » March 9, 2015

5 Ways To Increase Your Church’s Giving

Create a culture of giving within your church by learning how to incorporate these five easy steps, including thanking your givers and telling stories.

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How A/B Testing Can Help Your Church Communication
No Comments » February 4, 2015

How A/B Testing Can Help Your Church Communication

Too often churches do things because that's how we've always done them. Rarely do we test anything. A/B testing is how you figure out what works.

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The Ultimate Church SEO Guide: External Marketing
1 Comment » January 19, 2015

The Ultimate Church SEO Guide: External Marketing

Search engine optimization isn't just about your site. External marketing can boost your church SEO and help you climb the search engine rankings.

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The Ultimate Church SEO Guide: Website Optimization
No Comments » January 12, 2015

The Ultimate Church SEO Guide: Website Optimization

Search Engine Optimization is crucial for your church to be discovered online. Follow these SEO tips to ensure your website shows up on search engines.

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2014 Connexion Conference
No Comments » November 21, 2014

2014 Connexion Conference

The 2014 Connexion Conference featured keynote speaker Meredith Gould addressing the impact of technology on the 21st century church.

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technology Article
4 Comments » October 21, 2014

Online Church Debate: Pros & Cons Video Conversation

A video conversation diving into the online church debate with Nils Smith, Jason Caston and Nate Friedrichsen. Join us live on Thursday, Oct. 23 at 1 p.m. ET.

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How to Create Your Own Internet Church Campus
No Comments » September 15, 2014

How to Create Your Own Internet Church Campus

Church is happening outside the walls of the sanctuary, and churches need to adapt and take the ministry to the people.

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Groups Engine: Helping People Find Your Small Groups
8 Comments » August 20, 2014

Groups Engine: Helping People Find Your Small Groups

Managing small groups at your church can be difficult and technology isn’t always the great savior it claims to be. Groups Engine hopes to be different.

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Church Video Editing: Crucial, Not Controversial (Until Driscoll Does It)
No Comments » June 4, 2014

Church Video Editing: Crucial, Not Controversial (Until Driscoll Does It)

Recent allegations accuse Mark Driscoll of editing his sermon videos. But churches should be editing videos to make them more watchable.

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How Your Church Can Get an Internet TV Channel
No Comments » June 2, 2014

How Your Church Can Get an Internet TV Channel

The disrupted TV industry presents an incredible opportunity for your church. Get your own TV channel!

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5 Questions Your Church Needs to Ask a Mobile Developer
No Comments » March 24, 2014

5 Questions Your Church Needs to Ask a Mobile Developer

So you're ready to choose a mobile developer. Now what? We cover five questions you need to ask.

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3 Reasons to Consider Mobile Apps for Your Church
4 Comments » March 17, 2014

3 Reasons to Consider Mobile Apps for Your Church

Why are mobile apps worth the money? Make life easier for your congregation and engage them where they are.

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Mobile Sites & Mobile Apps for Your Church
1 Comment » March 10, 2014

Mobile Sites & Mobile Apps for Your Church

Mobile sites and mobile apps aren't an either/or decision. They both have their specific roles. See how mobile can help your church.

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