Posts Tagged ‘tools’

Current State of the Browser Wars

June 1, 2011
NetMarketShare just released its stats for global browser usage in May 2011.  In the United States, it's notable that Internet Explorer version 9 is not yet in the double-digits.  It will get there, no doubt.  But for those of you who have not yet checked your site for ...

Creative Ways to Use Social Media in Church

May 24, 2011
In a recent post I talked about the philosophy of social media at church, and how it really should be viewed as a mandate. We have a great opportunity to make “digital disciples”, as Anthony Coppedge puts it. OK, so you ...

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 ...

Get More Out of your RSS Feeds

May 12, 2011
If you're publishing content on a regular basis, it's important to know as much information as possible about its consumption.  That's the crazy thing about the Internet.  You put stuff out there, and just hope that someone is reading/watching!  Anyone with a blog knows this feeling. Aside from comments and ...

What Could Your Church do with a Mobile App?

May 10, 2011
Today's guest post is from Chris Sharpe of Chris and his team have established themselves as a leader in app development for churches, across both the iPhone/iPad market and Android.  SiteOrganic is excited to be partnering with The Church App, offering our clients exciting integration and bundling capabilities ...

Why do people get red-eye in photos?

April 29, 2011
As more and more photos are taken with smartphones and pocket cameras, the problem of red-eye in photos is getting worse, not better.  If you know a few key principles, however, you can safely avoid this problem and make your photo subjects look as good as possible. The Basics Red-eye only happens ...

10 Questions NOT to Ask Your Next Web Vendor

April 27, 2011
“The customer is always right.”  Heard that one before?  It sounds like a great truism, one that has been taught for years, to thousands of customer service reps everywhere.  It turns out that “always” is a strong word.  We’ve all witnessed a situation at an airport, restaurant, electronics store, etc. where ...

10 Questions to Ask Your Next Web Vendor

April 26, 2011
Choosing a Website vendor is like planning a wedding. You're making tons of little decisions, mostly ones that you will only make once in your life, about topics you know little about. For example, most people aren't experts in HTML, CSS, SEO, Javascript, pixels, or anything related to "the tubes." ...

5 Ways to Boost your Google ranking

March 23, 2011
A lot has changed in Web technology over the past decade, but there is still one question I hear about as often as I did in 2001: How do I generate traffic to my site? Or more specifically, how can my site show up higher in the search results on Google, Yahoo ...

Software Tip: Convert Your Videos or DVDs into MP4 Format

December 13, 2010
Handbrake is an old favorite of ours, since it allows for easy converting (or “ripping”) of DVD movies to a digital file.  Now that SiteOrganic has standardized on the H.264/MP4 video format, however, there is a new use for Handbrake… you ...
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