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  • Video File Types: Recommendations for Church Websites

    Video File Types: Recommendations for Church Websites

    One of the greatest blessings we have as a church is that we have such amazing ways to share our faith. In the past, information and stories had to be passed down orally. Later on,...

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  • Building Websites for Different Church and School Relationships

    Building Websites for Different Church and School Relationships

    Lutheran schools and churches have always gone hand in hand. Martin Luther, all the way back in 1530, wrote “A Sermon on Keeping Children in School,” and he was quite the revolutionary...

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  • Developing a Post-Easter Strategy for Your Church’s Website

    Developing a Post-Easter Strategy for Your Church’s Website

    Spring is in the air, and the church calendar is telling us Easter is almost here. But you’re not worried because you have done all that can possibly be done. The bulletin covers are...

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  • How to Invite Website Visitors to Opt into an Ongoing Relationship

    How to Invite Website Visitors to Opt into an Ongoing Relationship

    Most people think that a website is an end goal for any online effort. But it’s not. The final goal is to let people know they will find Jesus in the Church, and we want them to come...

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  • Balancing Academic and Faith Content on Your Christian School’s Website

    Balancing Academic and Faith Content on Your Christian School’s Website

    In February 2016, my wife and I welcomed our first child into the world. Two weeks later, we were sent into a panic. My wife had recently started a job with a local hospital on an...

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  • Prioritizing Content on Your Church Website for Visitors

    Prioritizing Content on Your Church Website for Visitors

    In the past, the front door of your church was probably, well, the front door. These days, however, the first exposure visitors get to your church is probably via your church website....

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  • Why Your Church Should Have a Blog

    Why Your Church Should Have a Blog

    When you saw the title of this post, what went through your mind? I’m already too busy. What would I write about? Who would read it? I have no idea where to start. You’ve got...

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  • A Basic Lesson in How to Write for the Screen23:41

    A Basic Lesson in How to Write for the Screen

    There are three elements involved in communicating a message: the sender, the receiver, and the message itself. When a message goes wrong, it goes wrong at one of these three places. On the internet,

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  • A Basic Lesson in How to Write for the Screen

    A Basic Lesson in How to Write for the Screen

    Creating a church webpage should be easy, shouldn’t it? Whether we’re talking about a home page, an about page, or a simple blog post—type it up and hit “publish,” right? But if you...

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  • Updating Your Website in Under an Hour a Week with Church360° Unite1:01:40

    Updating Your Website in Under an Hour a Week with Church360° Unite

    Do you have trouble keeping your website up-to-date with timely information? Join us for a free webinar to see how Church360° Unite helps you update your website without requiring you to know how to c

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  • The Importance of a Church Website in the Age of Social Media

    The Importance of a Church Website in the Age of Social Media

    As people of all ages spend more time on social media than ever before, does a church website still have a place in your ministry? The short answer is “yes” (otherwise there wouldn’t be a need for thi

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  • 5 Google Tools You Should Be Using on Your Church Website

    5 Google Tools You Should Be Using on Your Church Website

    Websites have a rather interesting history. At first, they were difficult to create and required a certain understanding of HTML. Then tools were introduced that made it easy to create...

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  • Redesigning Your Church Website—Part 6: JavaScript with jQuery

    Redesigning Your Church Website—Part 6: JavaScript with jQuery

    While HTML does content and CSS does formatting, JavaScript does interaction. If you’ve ever been on a site that reacted to where your mouse pointer moved or that allowed you to view...

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  • 5 Reasons Why Your Facebook Page Doesn’t Replace Your Church Website

    5 Reasons Why Your Facebook Page Doesn’t Replace Your Church Website

    It’s a trend among some churches, especially smaller ones, to have only a Facebook page and not a website. In some ways, this makes sense. Facebook pages are easy to set up, they are...

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  • Redesigning Your Church Website Part 5 – Understanding CSS

    Redesigning Your Church Website Part 5 – Understanding CSS

    In the bad old days of the web, users had to specify the formatting for every page and item on the page in the HTML tag.  This worked, but it led to a lot of repeated code, and it made...

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  • Redesigning Your Church Website – Part 4: Understanding Basic HTML

    Redesigning Your Church Website – Part 4: Understanding Basic HTML

     

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  • Questions Every Church Website Should Answer

    Questions Every Church Website Should Answer

    A good church website answers questions for visitors and members alike. This is instrumental in easily locating important information about your church. Below is a list of common...

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  • Basic Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for Web Writing

    Basic Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for Web Writing

    With everything having a website these days, how do you make your church’s website stand out in a Google search? An essential thing to implement on your church’s website is SEO (search...

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  • Redesigning Your Church Website – Part 3:  Selecting a Platform

    Redesigning Your Church Website – Part 3:  Selecting a Platform

    Now that you’ve decided on your message and audiences (if not, see part 2 in this series) it’s time to look at where you’re actually going to put the website once you’ve got it...

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  • Redesigning Your Church Website – Part 2:  Defining Your Audiences

    Redesigning Your Church Website – Part 2:  Defining Your Audiences

    So you’ve decide to build a new church website, in spite of all the perfectly good reasons not to do so.  Before you rush off to buy a new copy of Frontpage and start working, there’s a...

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