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9 Tips to Keep Your Church Connected with Text Messaging

Pandemic or not, it’s hard to deny the effectiveness of text communication. With 99% of text messages being opened (and 90% within the first three minutes!), it’s easy to see why texting is a valuable tool to spread event information, alerts, updates, and reminders.

5 Things to Make Sure Your Church Website Does Well

The church website continues to be the church's digital front door. As a church communicator, putting good website practices into play will always be resources well spent. While focusing on your own church website most of the time is necessary, learning how other churches present themselves and welcome those who are thinking about attending is a valuable, free learning tool. It also provides insights into how to adapt or learn how other churches solve communications challenges.

10 Simple Solutions to Your Church Website Problems

Having a church website is the equivalent to having a digital front door--it's often the first way that people interact with your church, often before they visit for the first time. There are so many amazing benefits to church websites, yet with all of these benefits comes a myriad of problems that each church faces.

4 Steps to Compelling Church Communication Using Digital Signage

Digital signage usage is growing in nearly every business. It can be used to effectively attract new customers to a business’ product, inform employees of company happenings, or to display the status of certain processes or workflows. Churches have a great opportunity to use digital signage to notify their members of what is happening both locally and globally in the Church.

4 Things You’re Doing Wrong With Your Church Website

Your church website is very important. For many people, it is the front door to your church, the first impression that they get. Likely your website is also a resource to your members, a place to keep everyone up-to-date and promote events and such.

139 Helpful Facts About Instagram [Infographic + Free ebook]

Instagram has proven it's one of the top social networks in the world and it isn't going anywhere. Whether your church uses Instagram in its social media messaging and communication plans largely depends on your audience; churches with older members tend not to utilize Instagram as much as churches that serve younger people. That said, it is good to know what networks are out there and why they are popular. What are their positive qualities and how can they be used to further your church's message as well as the Gospel?

20 Best Social Media Tools [Infographic]

If you're overwhelmed by the number of social media services and tools to manage said social media services, you're not alone. It seems like new solutions crop up almost daily. It's a changing landscape for sure. While we've blogged about many social media tools for church communicators, it's great to share this infographic published originally by Kenny Jahng and team to give you a sense of what social media tools communications within the church are using.

Organize Your Church Communication for the New Year

As I talk to church leaders, I'm amazed by the consistency of challenges the face. One of the biggest questions they ask comes down to their church communications... How do we get people to respond to communications and attend events?

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