Archive for the ‘Web Sites’ Category

Church Website Navigation & Usability on #cmschat
No Comments » August 28, 2015

Church Website Navigation & Usability on #cmschat

During last night's #cmschat on Twitter, we talked about how to improve the navigation and usability of church websites.

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By the Numbers: A Longitudinal Study of the Digital Ministry of America’s Largest Churches by Jeremy Smith
1 Comment » August 19, 2015

By the Numbers: A Longitudinal Study of the Digital Ministry of America’s Largest Churches by Jeremy Smith

Web skeptics in your church? By the Numbers is a good resource for any church or pastor who needs real data rather than opinions to be convinced that web and ...

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What Churches Are Doing Right and Wrong With Digital Platforms
28 Comments » August 19, 2015

What Churches Are Doing Right and Wrong With Digital Platforms

A church's digital presence can fluctuate from being a scattered mess to being intentional and creative with its platform. Which kind is your church?

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How to Choose the Right Web Hosting for Your Church
5 Comments » June 29, 2015

How to Choose the Right Web Hosting for Your Church

We look at web hosting options, including shared, dedicated, VPS and cloud hosting, to help you pick the right one for your church.

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Common Mistake: Lack of a Digital Strategy
2 Comments » June 22, 2015

Common Mistake: Lack of a Digital Strategy

A common mistake among church communicators is not having a holistic digital strategy for your church. Here's a free resource that can help.

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Your Digital Makeover by Steve Fogg
No Comments » June 22, 2015

Your Digital Makeover by Steve Fogg

Your church needs to be online and have a strong digital strategy. Steve Fogg's free ebook explains five action steps for doing so.

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How to Connect With Your Local Community Online on #cmschat
No Comments » June 12, 2015

How to Connect With Your Local Community Online on #cmschat

Last night's #cmschat on Twitter covered how a church can better connect online to its local community.

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7 Complaints When Visiting a Church Website
1 Comment » June 4, 2015

7 Complaints When Visiting a Church Website

The first impression of a church is often virtual. Check out our tips to learn common complaints visitors have about church websites.

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Great Web Experiences for Potential Guests on #cmschat
1 Comment » June 1, 2015

Great Web Experiences for Potential Guests on #cmschat

Last week's #cmschat on Twitter covered how to create great web experiences for potential visitors to your church.

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10 Tips for a Mobile-Friendly Church Website
4 Comments » April 30, 2015

10 Tips for a Mobile-Friendly Church Website

Google has changed their search algorithm to favor mobile-friendly sites. The #cmschat community shares tips for creating a mobile-friendly church website.

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Google’s Mobile Friendly Update on #cmschat
No Comments » April 24, 2015

Google’s Mobile Friendly Update on #cmschat

Our chat covered Google's mobile friendly update, dubbed "#Mobilegeddon," and how it will impact your church website.

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Prayer for a Church Website
7 Comments » April 6, 2015

Prayer for a Church Website

We offer a prayer for a church website, inspired by an actual church website announcing a four-year-old event on its homepage. Lord, have mercy.

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Easter Effort: Microsite
No Comments » April 3, 2015

Easter Effort: Microsite

A church in Pennsylvania created a microsite to better reach guests while their main site is being redeveloped. What's your church doing for Easter?

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Easter Effort: First Year Communicator
1 Comment » April 3, 2015

Easter Effort: First Year Communicator

A church in Florida has a first year communicator who is trying a new bulletin, blog posts and stories. What's your church doing for Easter?

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Are Your Easter Service Times on Your Website?
2 Comments » March 19, 2015

Are Your Easter Service Times on Your Website?

Less than 20 days before Easter and only 9 out of 20 churches had Easter info on their site. Put your Easter service times on your website. Right now. Go! ...

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