July 24, 2019
Your church website is the digital front door to your church. Essentially, from the very first time someone views your homepage, you’re making an impression. Whether you like it or not, that impression may dictate whether your viewer continues to explore your site or quickly hits the “X” button at the top of their browser….
October 13, 2017
Website redesigns should be carried out strategically and to meet a need. So if your church has one of these needs, then it may be time to refresh your site: Your site is not mobile-friendly – This is a top priority right now. If you don’t have a mobile-friendly, responsive website, you need to fix…
September 4, 2017
Your church’s website is the new front door. Most people who are searching for a church will do so online first. You can consistently connect with these people online and lead them to visit your local church by optimizing your website for search engines. Here are seven keys to optimizing your church’s website: Claim…
August 28, 2017
Here are a few examples of essential content every church website should provide. By doing so, you won’t miss the opportunity to attract individuals who may visit your church or inconvenience current members who may be looking for specific information. What We Believe – Your faith statement is important to Christians new to your area….
August 11, 2017
Many church websites contain good information, but the presentation is poor. So, here are six little changes you can make to your church website that can make a big difference. Get your menus set up correctly – The navigation menu for your website should be simple. Menus typically include the following: about, plan your visit,…