Posts Tagged ‘strategy’

Church Vision: Planning 20 Years in Advance
No Comments » August 31, 2015

Church Vision: Planning 20 Years in Advance

Ever planned 20 years ahead? Learn how one church revamped its church vision and the reasons behind the change.

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The Communication Schedule Episode
No Comments » July 20, 2015

The Communication Schedule Episode

Our own editor Kevin D. Hendricks talks about curating content and creating a communication schedule for your church in the latest episode of our podcast.

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How to Manage Content for Your Church
No Comments » July 20, 2015

How to Manage Content for Your Church

Most churches are creating lots of content—it can really help to organize it. We share extra tips from our recent Church Marketing Podcast.

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Creating a Church Communication Strategy on #cmschat
No Comments » July 3, 2015

Creating a Church Communication Strategy on #cmschat

Last night's #cmschat on Twitter discussed building a church communication strategy, how to do so and why it is important.

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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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Questions on Church Communication Strategy on #cmschat
No Comments » May 8, 2015

Questions on Church Communication Strategy on #cmschat

For this week's #cmschat on Twitter we talked about the big questions you need to be asking about your church communication strategy.

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The Best Easter Strategy: Stay Calm
1 Comment » February 18, 2015

The Best Easter Strategy: Stay Calm

Easter is coming up quick. Aak! But don't freak out. The best Easter strategy is to just stay calm. Tackle your marketing strategy one bite at a time.

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2015 Social Media Strategy for Your Church
2 Comments » December 29, 2014

2015 Social Media Strategy for Your Church

Engagement, storytelling and relationships are crucial to social media, but they mean nothing if you have no results. You need a social media strategy.

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How to Manage Your Communication Schedule & Strategy
5 Comments » November 18, 2014

How to Manage Your Communication Schedule & Strategy

"I fell into church communication. Now what?" Get a handle on a communication schedule and strategy. We've got four principles and a free webinar.

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Does Church Marketing Still Suck?: Dawn Nicole Baldwin
6 Comments » July 21, 2014

Does Church Marketing Still Suck?: Dawn Nicole Baldwin

Church marketing has come a long way in the past 10 years, but we still have some work to do. We've run into a new problem: over communicating.

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Does Church Marketing Still Suck?: Drew Goodmanson
No Comments » July 16, 2014

Does Church Marketing Still Suck?: Drew Goodmanson

Fewer churches are sucking at communicating, but there are still many who lack good planning, strategy and feedback. Get a free resource bundle and discount from MonkDev.

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Does Church Marketing Still Suck?: 3 Tips & Stats from Tony Morgan
No Comments » July 8, 2014

Does Church Marketing Still Suck?: 3 Tips & Stats from Tony Morgan

Church marketing is better, but there's always room for improvement. Check out three ways churches can improve and a free report on how churches communicate.

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Does Church Marketing Still Suck?: Meredith Gould
34 Comments » July 1, 2014

Does Church Marketing Still Suck?: Meredith Gould

Church communication is valid, vital and valued. But church websites and strategy? Still suck. Plus, win a free copy of The Social Media Gospel.

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Expectations & Priorities
1 Comment » June 25, 2014

Expectations & Priorities

You need to know what comes first. Managing expectations and setting priorities is important for any church hoping to be effective in communication.

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