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Avoid website-building mistakes


  • Develop a communications strategy that includes marketing the website.

  • Prioritize usability, layout and design.

  • Go with expert help. If you must build your site in-house, at the very least use a template-based website provider like E-zekiel, Go Daddy or Wix.

  • Planning and implementing either a new website or redoing an existing one takes far more time than anyone ever thinks.

 

Reflection questions about your website


  • What is your budget? 

  • What are your goals for the website? To share information, gather new information, reach new people, advertise, etc.

  • Who will maintain the site? Can they devote enough time to this work?

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How does your congregation use Facebook? If you are a clergyperson, do you manage Twitter or Instagram for ministry? How about Pinterest or Snapchat or YouTube?

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I'm having more conversations with congregations that characterize themselves as multicultural.
For example, I met with a governing board of a Caucasian congregation that had recently welcomed 20...

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The Church Assessment Tool (CAT), created by Holy Cow Consulting, helps those seeking accurate data in preparation for one or more of the following:...

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Mark Stephenson, known nationally as the “Church Cyber-guy,” has been a volunteer leader since 1997 at Ginghamsburg UMC where he developed a website that hosts more than 50,000 visitors per month...

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These days, with near-universal web accessibility, your congregation’s website often functions as the front door to your ministry. What kind of first impression does it make? How useful is it to...

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Determining the need for outside professional help can sometimes be confusing for pastoral leaders. Knowing who to call, what questions to ask and what qualities and expertise to look for are...

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What makes for a good congregational website? Of course, “good” may be in the eye of the user. Yet, there are some commonly accepted standards. This blog from Illinois-based ReFrame Media provides...

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It’s been said that the website is the congregation’s new front door. A current, user-friendly website is a must for a congregation. The website needs to make a great first impression and function...

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This web page lists 40 practical inclusion resources for synagogue leaders to address food allergies, b’nei mitzvah, mental health and welcoming people of all abilities. These free tips, examples...

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Far more than “happy talk,” positive change processes refer to a series of techniques and tools that help congregations to identify their life-giving core and design a preferred future. This...

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Based on the Center for Congregation's inquiry on congregational conflict, the Conflict in Congregations Special Report is intended to help lay and clergy leaders understand the nature and dynamics...

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In the early stage of any strategic planning process, it is critical to take a close look at the congregation and the community in order to clearly understand the needs of people both inside and...

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