Posts Tagged ‘communicating’

Boost your Blog Readership: Let Them Subscribe

September 2, 2014
If you blog, will they come? There are many great steps to building a strong, thriving group of followers on your blog. Many Churches are Thinking Too Small Try it! Enter your ...

Report: State of Social Media

October 24, 2011
We Americans are a social bunch. Well, at least online. In person, we apparently do nothing but look down and stare at our smartphones. That's what the results show in Nielsen's new report, published last week.  Their snapshot for Q3 2011 shows some interesting findings: Women view more video if ...

The Paradox of Feedback

October 3, 2011
“I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought, and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.” - G. K. Chesterton You've gotta have thick skin to receive anonymous feedback. And if you are actually sending out a survey, seeking out anonymous feedback, you might as well get your armor ...

Contest: Win Expert Help to Improve Your Blog!

August 30, 2011
Do you or any of your co-workers write a blog of any kind? If so, we'd like to hear from you. Your blog is probably in one of the two following categories: 1. Could benefit from great ideas to focus the content, enhance the packaging, and increase readership. 2. Is the most popular blog ...

Why Your Church Needs a Style Guide

August 3, 2011
Could the right font really mean the difference between someone visiting your church, or not at all?  Will the gospel message penetrate further when your church logo is not stretched too wide atop your Sunday bulletin? Are typos a sing of the end times? It may seem like a stretch at ...

Handling Negative and Inappropriate Comments on your Website

June 3, 2011
Churches are frequently hesitant to create true community out of fear. Fear that the wrong stuff will get posted on your site. And you know what? Their fears are well-placed. Find any Website that has had open comments or forums for a while, and I'll show you someone who has ...

Are you Creating Digital Disciples?

May 31, 2011
Businesses live and die by their two most critical metrics: profits and customer satisfaction. The latter will drive the former, so it's arguable that focusing on customers will make everything else fall into place. This can mean different things to different organizations; after all, focusing on customers might start by ...

Is it About the Kindle, or About the Book?

May 20, 2011
Amazon announced this week that they are now selling more Kindle books than printed books. This is astonishing, on a couple of levels. First, if you don't have a Kindle yourself, I guarantee that you know someone who does. But would you say that a majority of your friends ...

Your Church Needs to Engage in Social Media!

May 17, 2011
Last week we sponsored the Dynamic Church Conference in Dallas, and I was fortunate to sit in on a couple of the sessions.  Much more than just a user or technical event, this conference brings together some of the best minds in ministry to discuss process, strategy, and best practices. One ...

Your Web Budget in 2012

May 13, 2011
As we enter the midpoint of 2011, many churches are gearing up for budget planning season (actually, when is it not budget season?).   For too many church Web staff and volunteers, it will be another round of begging for resources and help, but coming up short when all of the ...
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