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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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Do Church Websites Still Suck?: churchthemes.com Giveaway
17 Comments » July 7, 2014

Do Church Websites Still Suck?: churchthemes.com Giveaway

After 10 years we're getting closer to more churches having websites, but many of them suck. What do you think? Enter to win a free WordPress theme.

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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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WordPress for Churches: Themes & Plugins to Get Started
19 Comments » May 8, 2013

WordPress for Churches: Themes & Plugins to Get Started

Is your church ready to rock WordPress? Then you'll need some help picking the best plugins and themes to get started.

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How to Find a Web Company for Your Church Website
7 Comments » April 15, 2013

How to Find a Web Company for Your Church Website

You're ready to build a new church website. Congratulations! Now how are you going to pick a company to make it happen?

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5 Ways to Do Church Communication on the Cheap
20 Comments » April 8, 2013

5 Ways to Do Church Communication on the Cheap

Church communication doesn't have to be expensive. A Creative Missions alumni explores some ways to do church communication without a huge budget.

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5-Minute Church Communication Strategy
5 Comments » March 18, 2013

5-Minute Church Communication Strategy

Struggling to start a communication strategy for your church? Take five minutes to ponder these two questions and begin to bring some clarity to your approach.

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Top 5 Elements for a Church Site
4 Comments » February 18, 2013

Top 5 Elements for a Church Site

All church websites need to clearly address these five basic questions: Who, what, when, where and how. Easy, huh?

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Copy Matters: Writing for the Web
4 Comments » March 26, 2012

Copy Matters: Writing for the Web

Standard tips for writing for the web and the true difference between web and print.

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poll-results Article
1 Comment » May 10, 2011

Church Websites 101 Poll Results

Incredibly, nearly half of you were satisfied with your sites. Another 37% were insecure and 14% really need some help.

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Church Websites 101: Remember the Real World
2 Comments » May 4, 2011

Church Websites 101: Remember the Real World

For all the effort you're going to put into this virtual website, remember that it’s all about connecting to real people.

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Church Websites 101: Get It Done
4 Comments » May 2, 2011

Church Websites 101: Get It Done

A lack of momentum is the number one thing that will kill your web project. It sounds silly, but you have to plan to get it done.

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Church Websites 101: 5 More Tips
3 Comments » April 27, 2011

Church Websites 101: 5 More Tips

We’re getting down to the end of our Church Websites 101 series and we’re hitting the practical tips fast and furious. Here are five more.

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Church Websites 101: 5 Tips
No Comments » April 25, 2011

Church Websites 101: 5 Tips

We’ve been talking big picture website ideas for a while. It’s time to get down to the nitty-gritty. This series could go on forever with tips and ideas, but this ...

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Church Websites 101: Don’t Reinvent the Wheel
1 Comment » April 20, 2011

Church Websites 101: Don’t Reinvent the Wheel

As you sit down to build your church website, please don't reinvent the wheel. There are so many tools and templates and content management systems out there. Find something that ...

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