Posts by Jordan Gillman

4 ways to make online giving easier with WordPress

At WP Church Team – we love helping Churches use WordPress better to support their ministry. One of the things we’re most excited about is figuring out ways for churches to take other awesome tools they use – and integrating them into WordPress to make their lives easier. We’ve recently released a batch of 4…

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Announcing WP Church Center

We’re pretty excited to announce our first official WordPress plugin is now on the WordPress Plugin Repo. WP Church Center is a WordPress plugin that makes it easy to set up a ‘next steps’ hub for your church. A central place to keep your members informed and enable them to sign up for events, join…

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4 Plugins to help your promote your Easter Services

We’ve known for a while now that Google searches for ‘church’ spike when Easter approaches. That makes it the perfect time to expect and prepare for potential new visitors to come check out your church’s website. When they get there – it is important that you make it as easy as possible for them to…

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3 steps to a faster loading church website

As people have been signing up for WP Church Team, there’s been a common question being asked. People have been asking, ‘How can I get my website to load faster’. It’s a fair enough question too. A recent study by Kissmetrics found that 47% of website users expected a site to load in under 2…

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Update WordPress and keep out the nasties!

It’s not been a great week for many people (churches included) whose sites are running on WordPress. After the disclosure last week of a vulnerability in the core version of WordPress, – nearly 1.5 million websites have been defaced. You might even have been one of them! But here’s thing – it’s a thing that would…

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Using Fallback Images for a Visually Stunning Website

Recently, I was invited to speak at a Regional Ministers Conference about how churches can communicate better. It was a great time – and the main takeaway I left them with was to always remember who they are communicating with – and to remove any barriers they could to that message getting across. It’s essential…

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