4 Examples of a Church Website Welcome Video

Forbes reports that in 2019, 80% of people are using the internet to watch videos. The saturation of visual media on the web today is evidence of a cultural reality: people gravitate towards videos. Churches seeking to reach out to their community through their...

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5 Ways to Make Your Church Website Security Stronger

Your church website is valuable to you and it’s worth protecting. Church website security is an important element in your website health. However, it is often overlooked. The biggest website security mistake you can make is to not take security seriously in the first...

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3 Church Website Essentials

It’s easy to get overwhelmed with a new church website project. There is so much about your church that you want to showcase on the website. However, you’ve also heard that sometimes less is more. You’ve been told that the key to success with your church website is...

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5 Uses for Web Forms on Your Church Website

Web forms connect you to your audience in a noteworthy way. They allow visitors to your website to communicate directly with you. They enable visitors to submit their contact information, questions, registrations, or payments. Publishing web forms on your church...

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3 Church Website SEO Tips to Improve Your Outreach

Church website SEO is an important element of website health. What is SEO and why is it important for churches? SEO stands for "search engine optimization". Moz.com defines SEO as: "the practice of increasing both the quality and quantity of website traffic, as well...

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Top WordPress Pitfalls for Church Websites

What are the top three WordPress pitfalls people face when building a church website? WordPress pitfalls? Wait, isn’t WordPress supposed to be wonderful? Yes. And it is. But then, taking a road through the Rocky Mountains is gorgeous and worthwhile — and you still...

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Picking the right technology for your church website

Use a web content management system (web CMS) rather than static HTML “Static HTML” is shorthand for the way people used to build websites in the 1990s. You would individually create web pages using a text editor or software such as Microsoft Frontpage or Adobe...

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