Since Christmas is a key time for church visitors, it’s a good idea to refresh your church website—not a massive overhaul, just a light dusting. Here’s a checklist you can tackle in just 30 minutes to encourage more people to visit your church.
Many of us have grown up believing that running ads, or advertisements, should be left to the professionals and are only for organizations with large budgets. But today, this is no longer the case, thankfully. Creating Facebook ads for your church has never been easier or more cost-effective.
Understanding the basics of creating a winning church website design is crucial. Whether you’re designing your website from scratch, using a website builder, or hiring a designer, you’ll want to know the basics in order to create an engaging website or provide insightful feedback after evaluating one that has been made for you.
Since millions of people consume content on various social media platforms it makes sense to show sermon recaps there. However, this space is saturated with people vying for your attention. To gain more visibility, use creative design and animation techniques to arrest attention. In other words, it needs to stop the user in the middle of their scroll and invite them into the message.
In my experience, the right online design tool can save me time and face by helping me execute quickly and make creations look professional. You'll love having a favorite tool in your bag of tricks, and I've listed my favorite ones here.
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