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How to Increase the Digital Presence of Your Parish

In this day and age, people are looking for truth, purpose, and community. What does increasing the digital presence of your parish have to do with this? It has everything to do with it! In this modern digital age, there is a great opportunity to connect with people right at your fingertips. The better presence

How To Get A Church Website To Show In Google Search Results

For many priests, pastors, or deacons, navigating the Bible and interpreting Scripture comes easily after many years of studying. However, when it comes to using the Internet and building websites, many leaders in today’s Church find a web of tangled phrases, links, and buttons that they don’t know how to use. In the 21st century,

3 Things You Can Do To Improve Your Church Website Today

A website redesign may sound overwhelming to you. You probably know your church website needs a facelift, but wonder where you’ll find the time to give it any attention. What if there were simple things you could do today to make a big difference? In this resource, we cover three basic tips to update your

When Should You Redesign Your Church Website?

Did you know 75% of people base a company’s credibility on the company website? This perceived credibility also applies to nonprofit organizations and churches. If the online user finds a church’s website difficult to navigate, dated, and irrelevant to their needs and questions, this negative perception is automatically projected onto the church itself. If you

5 Reasons Why Your Church Needs Digital Marketing

Like any other organization, a church needs digital marketing to compete for the attention of web users today. One of the local church’s many goals is to reach the community and the world with the message of God’s great love. Maybe you have the desire to reach people with your church message of hope but

How to Reach Millennials & Gen Z

2020 can likely be summed up as one giant curveball. All areas of life were impacted by COVID-19, including how our faith communities interacted and met (or didn’t meet) together.’ Of the many outcomes from the last year, one rises to the top: Technology has the ability to both divide us and connect us. When

5 TIPS for Creating Connections Through Facebook

COVID-19 threw a curveball for us all. Suddenly, priests were required to be not just shepherds of their people but experts in public health codes that seemed to change weekly. Churches that were once filled with worshippers sat empty. And people used to the weekly habits and rituals of spiritual guidance and enrichment were thrown