Archive for the ‘Technology’ Category

How to Harness Text Messaging for Your Church on #cmschat
No Comments » September 2, 2016

How to Harness Text Messaging for Your Church on #cmschat

Last night's #cmschat on Twitter covered how your church can harness the power of text messaging.

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The Email Marketing for Churches Episode
1 Comment » August 29, 2016

The Email Marketing for Churches Episode

Churches of any size can capitalize on email and transform it into their strongest tool for communication. We explore how your church can do it.

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How to Get the Most Out of Instagram Stories for Your Church on #cmschat
No Comments » August 12, 2016

How to Get the Most Out of Instagram Stories for Your Church on #cmschat

During last night's #cmschat on Twitter, Steve Fogg covered the new Instagram Stories and how your church can take advantage of the new feature.

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How to Reach & Engage With the YouTube Generation on #cmschat
No Comments » August 5, 2016

How to Reach & Engage With the YouTube Generation on #cmschat

During last night's #cmschat on Twitter, Jeanette Yates led a conversation on YouTube and how churches can use video to reach and engage.

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Engaging on Instagram on #cmschat
No Comments » July 29, 2016

Engaging on Instagram on #cmschat

For last night's #cmschat on Twitter, Katie Allred led a discussion on how to engage on Instagram.

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Snapchat: The Inside Scoop on #cmschat
No Comments » July 22, 2016

Snapchat: The Inside Scoop on #cmschat

Last night's #cmschat on Twitter explored Snapchat: Why churches should care about, how to figure it out and how to reach an audience with it.

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ReTHINK.Ministry: 7 Practical Steps to Revamp Digital Strategy
4 Comments » July 21, 2016

ReTHINK.Ministry: 7 Practical Steps to Revamp Digital Strategy

Practical help to move your church into the digital age: “Your church can no longer go without a digital strategy—the stakes of the gospel are too high.”

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Pokemon Go & Your Church: Welcoming Gamers on #cmschat
1 Comment » July 15, 2016

Pokemon Go & Your Church: Welcoming Gamers on #cmschat

Last night's #cmschat on Twitter covered Pokemon Go. We talked about what it is, why it matters and why churches should care.

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Pokémon Go: Sending People to Your Church
4 Comments » July 11, 2016

Pokémon Go: Sending People to Your Church

Pokémon Go launched last week, sending streams of people to church. Wait, what? Yeah, an augmented reality smartphone game is bringing people to church.

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#109: Quit Sending Crappy Emails
No Comments » June 15, 2016

#109: Quit Sending Crappy Emails

Email doesn't have to be complicated. Switch to an email service and set up some basic standards to vastly improve your church's approach to email.

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Why Your Church Needs Registration Software
1 Comment » June 13, 2016

Why Your Church Needs Registration Software

We explore why registration software can be helpful to your church's marketing efforts. It simplifies processes and can automate follow up.

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Common Website Questions Google Analytics Can Answer
3 Comments » May 18, 2016

Common Website Questions Google Analytics Can Answer

Google Analytics offers valuable insight for your church website. Assuming you know where to look. We explore basic questions Google Analytics can answer.

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Texting in Church: It Can Be Good
3 Comments » May 9, 2016

Texting in Church: It Can Be Good

We cover the why, how, what and best practices of texting your congregation. With open rates at 99% the real question is why isn't your church texting?

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How Email Automation Can Improve Ministry Communication
2 Comments » May 2, 2016

How Email Automation Can Improve Ministry Communication

Email automation is a way to efficiently send timely messages and make your life easier. Plus you can better connect with your congregation and do ministry.

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6 Ways to React to Facebook Reactions
1 Comment » March 30, 2016

6 Ways to React to Facebook Reactions

Facebook finally moved beyond the 'like' button and introduced Facebook reactions. In theory, churches can better know what people think of your content.

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