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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.
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This congregational assessment from Holy Cow Consulting provides benchmark data to inform decisions about identity, clergy search, strategic...

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This comprehensive guide frames the internet as a powerful took to share, teach, and connect people with Jesus; and provides tools for congregations to start a web ministry.

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This book draws upon the expertise of a web usability professional and provides instructions on how to make a website as user-friendly as possible, with examples.

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This report shares advice from several congregations who reevaluated their web presence, updated an existing website or created a new one-either by DIY or hiring a web designer.

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This article distinguishes the differences between facilitators, consultants, and coaches to help congregations determine which will best address their needs.

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This blog highlights important considerations for designing a website.

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

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This article summarizes the experiene of the Indianapolis Center for Congregations in teaching positive change processes to congregations through a one0day event called Flourishing...

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This report by the Center for Congregations provides an overview of inevitable congregational conflict and practical suggestions for conflict management.

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This article offers tips and tools to help a congregation better understand the needs of people inside the congregation and the outside community.

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