Archive for the ‘Web Sites’ Category

How to Preach Effectively on Your Church Website
1 Comment » August 28, 2017

How to Preach Effectively on Your Church Website

If we want to grow our churches, we need to capitalize on our websites. People visit them all the time to learn about service times and to hear how your ...

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Church Website Security Basics
No Comments » June 28, 2017

Church Website Security Basics

Church website security can't be left to chance. Learn how to protect your site from bad developers, poor webhosting, and hackers in this article.

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Church Website Revival
No Comments » June 12, 2017

Church Website Revival

Check out Ekklesia360's Church Website Revival and sign up to get an analysis of your church's website.

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Church Websites: To Hub or Not to Hub
7 Comments » May 17, 2017

Church Websites: To Hub or Not to Hub

A hub is a website tool that offers next step information for your congregation, freeing up your main site to focus on visitors. We explore pros and cons.

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Web Security: Why Your Church Needs an SSL Certificate
1 Comment » April 26, 2017

Web Security: Why Your Church Needs an SSL Certificate

Does your church need an SSL certificate? A quick explanation of what it is, why your church needs one, and how to set it up.

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60 Church Websites for Easter
1 Comment » April 4, 2017

60 Church Websites for Easter

Take a look at this sampling of church websites at Easter to see inspiring designs and unique ways to welcome visitors at Easter.

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4 Simple Church Website Tips
1 Comment » April 3, 2017

4 Simple Church Website Tips

If your website is responsive, easy to update, friendly for guests, and full of good content, you're doing it right. Easier said than done, but it's a start.

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How to Transition Your Church to an Online Bulletin
2 Comments » October 19, 2016

How to Transition Your Church to an Online Bulletin

An online bulletin can save your church paper and money, while also giving you better metrics. We explore how one church made the transition.

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Creative Missions 2016: Website Design
3 Comments » August 3, 2016

Creative Missions 2016: Website Design

Earlier this year we sent a team of church communicators to Vermont. Here are the websites they built to help share the gospel with their communities.

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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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How to Improve Church Websites on #cmschat
No Comments » May 20, 2016

How to Improve Church Websites on #cmschat

Last night's #cmschat on Twitter covered how to improve church websites and went to video chat.

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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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New Church Websites: What Works & What Doesn’t on #cmschat
No Comments » April 18, 2016

New Church Websites: What Works & What Doesn’t on #cmschat

Last week's #cmschat on Twitter covered church websites: What's working and what isn't?

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7 Cool Things Churches Are Doing Online
1 Comment » March 9, 2016

7 Cool Things Churches Are Doing Online

We collected examples of cool things churches are doing online, including welcome videos, sermon previews, Q&As and more. What is your church doing?

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Christmas Microsites on #cmschat
No Comments » November 4, 2015

Christmas Microsites on #cmschat

In last week's #cmschat we talked on Blab about creating good quality church websites at Christmas. We've got 7 tips for Christmas microsites.

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