Your website is often a new visitors' first impression of your church. Your online presence should match your church's unique "personality," while engaging your congregation and driving traffic to your site.

Check out our 5-point checklist to make sure your church follows best practices:

1. Mob

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A reported 72% of Americans say they’ll hit a mental breaking point if stay-at-home orders continue into June. The same survey found 16% of people have already reached their breaking point. That is very alarming. People are hurting. Your congregation needs your church community more than ever.

Whi...

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We, (StreamingChurch.tv), just redid our website. We put a lot of time and effort in doing it right and there are several important things to consider when putting up a new website.

It’s now as important — and sometimes even more so — to have a successful online presence than it is to have a su...

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Your online presence is like a billboard for your church—it’ll either bring people in or drive them away. Churches often share relevant, interesting, and worthwhile blogposts with their online congregation. And what’s better than sharing this content? Being the source of it!

Blogs are beneficial t...

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Mark Collier from BigBlueDesigns.com answers questions about church websites and provides helpful advice with Phil and Steve.

Topics addressed include:

  • What potential visitors are looking for when they visit your website vs what members are looking for when/if they visit your website
  • How often...

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