Everyone knows that the church website is the gateway into the church experience for many, many people. Most people visit a church’s website when looking for a new church home, and if they don’t like what they see, they often move on. This is especially true for Millennials.
iMinistries, a church website firm, recently compiled six months worth of stats they had been monitoring through Google Analytics on all the websites they’ve created for church and ministries. The results have been compiled into one fascinating infographic.
Some results were to be expected. Others surprised us. From these statistics we’ve come to the conclusion that the convergence of technology, social media, and design/UX create a healthy church web presence, comments Dave Pohlmeier at iMinistries.
What would you add to these statistics? Have you found that your website gets similar usage?