One of the cool parts of being a website administrator is that I can see what search queries led visitors to this site. It’s helpful to get a sense of what people are looking for. Sometimes, when I see how people Continue reading How to Get More People to Visit Your Church Website
If you have a church website, odds are that you’re occasionally mentioning Bible references somewhere on the site. (If not, you might want to change that!) If so, I have a great free tool for you to check out. It’s called Reftagger, and Continue reading Church Website Plugin: Reftagger
12 Steps to a Better Church Website When was the last time you sat down to improve your website? Not just to add this month’s events to the calendar, but to actively improve the site? Good news: Right now is a Continue reading Church Website Improvement Checklist
Many churches prominently display a statement of faith on the church website. Other churches abstain, arguing that a dogmatic declaration is not what website visitors are looking for. So which is more effective? Does prominently displaying a doctrinal statement deter Continue reading Should Your Church Website Have a Statement of Faith?
When you start looking at putting together a website, one term that pops up a lot is SEO. So what is SEO, and do churches need to be concerned about it? The answer depends both on what you mean by Continue reading Church SEO 101
Effective church websites have images. No one wants to read a plain text website. But images are one of the biggest pitfalls for churches. If you look at the mistakes congregational websites make using graphics online, there are three common Continue reading Church Stock Photos – Why Not To Use