Posts Tagged ‘website’

Creative Missions 2016: Website Design
2 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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In the Last Year: Meiko Seymour
No Comments » December 21, 2015

In the Last Year: Meiko Seymour

We talk with church communicator Meiko Seymour about what he's learned in the past year, including the importance of a website and branding.

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The Ultimate Church SEO Guide: External Marketing
2 Comments » January 19, 2015

The Ultimate Church SEO Guide: External Marketing

Search engine optimization isn't just about your site. External marketing can boost your church SEO and help you climb the search engine rankings.

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Struggles & Victories: Grace Lutheran Church
No Comments » March 6, 2014

Struggles & Victories: Grace Lutheran Church

The woes and wins of church communication. Struggling with communication failures but ultimately winning with a successful campaign.

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Getting Started: Adam Legg
3 Comments » August 19, 2013

Getting Started: Adam Legg

Adam Legg is the creative arts and communications pastor at the largest church in Alaska: "A lack of resources needs to be viewed as an opportunity, not a setback."

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Getting Started: Eric Murrell
1 Comment » December 10, 2012

Getting Started: Eric Murrell

Church comm pro Eric Murrell talks about fitting his perfectionism into a church environment, how budget woes can be a fun challenge and how to build a solid foundation for ...

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First Impressions Are Virtual
9 Comments » September 12, 2012

First Impressions Are Virtual

First impressions are no longer physical, but virtual. Your church website should answer questions and make it easier for someone to try out your church.

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Is Your Church Website Embarrassing?
5 Comments » August 28, 2012

Is Your Church Website Embarrassing?

If your church website is embarrassing, fix it. Get UnEmbarrassed: 10 Secrets to Effective Church Websites is a quick and free ebook that offers practical advice.

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Office Hours: Live-Streaming Services & Getting Noticed on Google
4 Comments » October 19, 2011

Office Hours: Live-Streaming Services & Getting Noticed on Google

Our own Justin Wise has online office hours and takes your questions. This week he talks about live streaming and SEO.

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The Juicys: Communication Awesomeness
No Comments » September 28, 2011

The Juicys: Communication Awesomeness

Church Juice announced the winners of their church communications contest, The Juicys. This endeavor was all about "rewarding communication awesomeness" with $1,000 grants.

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Video: The Communications Pyramid
No Comments » September 26, 2011

Video: The Communications Pyramid

Our own Justin Wise shares at the Speak Conference about the communications pyramid.

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Office Hours: Open-Source Websites & Social Metrics
13 Comments » July 6, 2011

Office Hours: Open-Source Websites & Social Metrics

Our own Justin Wise has online office hours and takes your questions. This week he talks about open-source websites and balancing information overload on social networks.

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Church Websites 101: Find a Champion
2 Comments » March 31, 2011

Church Websites 101: Find a Champion

To really move your church forward with a new or improved website you need a champion. You need someone who can carry this project through from idea to reality (well, ...

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Church Websites 101: Don’t Start with the Web
28 Comments » March 28, 2011

Church Websites 101: Don’t Start with the Web

So you think your church needs a website. Or a new site. Or a better site. Rock on. But before you get started on your new website, don't start with ...

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Drew Goodmanson on Church Planting & Technology
No Comments » January 3, 2011

Drew Goodmanson on Church Planting & Technology

We talk with CFCC board member Drew Goodmanson about church planting and technology. The good news? Churches are getting better with their websites.

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