Using Profiles to Build Your Communication Strategy, Part 2

Understanding the needs of each group you are trying to reach is a critical path for creating an effective church website.

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Using Profiles to Build Your Communication Strategy, Part 1

These groups—new visitor, regular attender, committed member, and mature disciple—all use your website in profoundly different ways. How will that affect your web strategy?

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What Does Your Ministry Brand Say About You?

If you’re not actively developing plans for your ministry brands, I’m afraid the widening gap may prove too wide in the future.

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How to Use Web Analytics with a Service-Minded Mentality

Service doesn’t only happen on Sunday morning. Digging into church website data should be on the same level as serving as a greeter, volunteering in a soup kitchen, or leading a group Bible study for high school students.

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Does Your Church Have a Content Strategy for Its Website?

The church website is the new front door to the organization. Make sure when users come knocking, they find you standing with the door open, saying, “we’ve been waiting for you…Come on in.”

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The Top 3 Approaches to a Multisite Church Website

Churches who choose multisite have much to think about. According to our own research, 51% of members and visitors stated the church’s website was somewhat to very important in their decision to attend the church. That number, by the way, keeps increasing.

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Multisite Church Website Approach 1: Keep It Under One Roof

If you’re looking for an easy to way to start with a multisite church website, this approach may be best for you.

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Multisite Church Website Approach 2: Standalone Sites

The Standalone Solution works well for churches who have more of a distributed ministry model. Each campus would be responsible for updating its own content, sermons, events, and ministry info.

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