We are spending a lot of time considering and discussing how to make websites as effective as possible for churches. One of the things we have been contemplating a lot recently has been how to best profile upcoming events on the website. If you currently post your events online, you should keep reading.

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I came across a great video yesterday from Jason Caston talking about the future of tech & the church. // It’s a very thought provoking video – and got me thinking. The biggest takeaway I had from Jason’s vision of the future is the amazing variety of devices on which content will be consumed. Watches,…

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Today I had a great chat with Kathryn Binkley from Alyght about Target Audiences and Personas for churches. You can view the whole chat here – but I thought I’d distill the main reason why it is important for churches to think about targeting a specific audience (or audiences). That reason is this… Having a…

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It’s a new year – so what better time to look back on the last 12 months, and check out some amazing church websites from the previous year. It seemed like 2015 was a landmark year for churches when it came to their understanding of the value of design & technology to their ministry. We…

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As we come to the end of the year – I’ve been looking back at some of the things I’ve written about websites and digital communications for churches. There are 3 posts that stand out. These are posts I think are worth a second look – really useful and practical tips to help take your…

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It can be really easy to launch into talking about your how your website should work & look, without first stopping to think about the reasons why. It always pays to take a step back and have a think about who is actually going to be using your church’s website – as this will actually…

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Earlier this week – this great article by Steve Kryger revealed that Jesus is the number one person people are searching to find more about on Google. This is great news – but it begs a very important question… Will people find out about Jesus if they visit your church’s website?

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Most churches understand that a church website will take up some of their resources. They expect there to be a financial cost in getting it set up. They expect it to take time in planning getting things set up. But many churches don’t think of the ongoing manpower they will need to keep the website…

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