Posts Tagged ‘mobile’

Switching to a Monthly Bulletin: Why & How
No Comments » August 17, 2016

Switching to a Monthly Bulletin: Why & How

The worship bulletin is the sacred cow of church communication. And my church took it on, shifting to a monthly bulletin. Here's why and how we did it.

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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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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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Live Video for Your Church: Periscope & Facebook Live
No Comments » September 8, 2015

Live Video for Your Church: Periscope & Facebook Live

Real time crowd participation and acknowledgment is amazing. With live video, each time you turn on the app it’s a ministry opportunity.

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7 Reasons Why Your Church Needs Mobile Giving
8 Comments » July 6, 2015

7 Reasons Why Your Church Needs Mobile Giving

Mobile giving has become a our way of life with smartphones and PayPal. But why does the church continue to use offering plates?

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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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Who’s Viewing Your Mobile Content?
2 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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8 Ways Your Church Website Can Welcome First-Time Visitors Before They Arrive
9 Comments » October 8, 2014

8 Ways Your Church Website Can Welcome First-Time Visitors Before They Arrive

Church shopping isn't easy. Welcome church visitors online by making your website more helpful and answer questions before they arrive.

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5 Ways to Engage Those Who Aren’t Giving Regularly
No Comments » August 7, 2014

5 Ways to Engage Those Who Aren’t Giving Regularly

Only 5 to 25% of most congregations donate 50 to 80% of the money. So how do we engage people to give more? Technology can be one solution.

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Does Church Marketing Still Suck?: Greg Atkinson
50 Comments » July 16, 2014

Does Church Marketing Still Suck?: Greg Atkinson

Has it been 10 years already? We've come so far, but we still have a long ways to go. Read Greg's thoughts, share your own and enter to win a ...

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Digital Giving Strategies for Your Church
1 Comment » June 3, 2014

Digital Giving Strategies for Your Church

Online giving is common, but a good strategy isn't. Research from eChurch offers insights into digital giving.

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Why Mobile is the Future of Church Giving & How You Can Get There
4 Comments » May 13, 2014

Why Mobile is the Future of Church Giving & How You Can Get There

Churches that don't make giving fast, convenient and consistent are missing their moment. Here's a mobile solution that can help.

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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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