In the realm of church marketing, adapting to the ever-evolving digital landscape is more critical than ever. To guide churches on this journey, we turn to a recent Missional Marketing podcast episode hosted by Bart Blair, which answers your most “burning questions” about church marketing Featuring insights from Jason Hamrock, CEO of Missional Marketing,
In today’s digital age, effective communication and engagement are vital for churches to reach their congregation and connect with people in their communities. With the rise of online platforms and social media, churches have an unprecedented opportunity to creatively engage with their members and share their message with a broader audience.
In today’s digital age, churches are embracing social media to connect with their communities and spread their message effectively. However, with the rise of cyber threats, it’s crucial for churches to prioritize the security of their social media accounts. Imagine waking up one day to find that your church’s social media account has been hacked and malicious content has been posted.
Churches have come a long way in utilizing digital marketing and effective communication strategies to reach more people in their communities. However, many church websites still function as mere brochures, lacking true interoperability to engage and help potential visitors beyond providing basic information. In a recent episode of the Missional Marketing Podcast,
In today’s digital age, churches are constantly seeking innovative ways to connect with local individuals and invite them to visit their church community. One powerful new tool that churches can leverage is Google Performance Max. Utilizing the power of machine learning and AI technology, Performance Max is a cutting-edge Google campaign tool that expands your reach across all Google channels,
Building a strong volunteer team is crucial for the growth and success of any church. Volunteers play a vital role in carrying out various ministries, serving the community, and spreading the message of faith. However, attracting and retaining dedicated volunteers can be a challenge. In this blog post, we will explore essential strategies and insights to help you build a robust volunteer team for your church.
Are you looking for ways to maximize the impact of volunteers in your church ministry? Recently on the Missional Marketing podcast, we dove deeper into the power of volunteers and how they can contribute to the growth and success of your church. In this recent episode, we heard from Mary Ann Sibley,
Every church wants to engage with more people from their community, but the million-dollar question is: “How?” At Missional Marketing, we ran more than 300 campaigns leading up to Easter this year, and we were asked this question all the time. So we ran several campaigns to test how churches can best spend their budget on outreach for big holidays like Easter.
Many people in Christian circles have been wowed by the success of Saddleback Church. From former pastor Rick Warren’s bestselling book, The Purpose Driven Church, to becoming one of the largest churches in America, many people wonder what it takes to make that kind of magic happen behind the scenes. On a recent episode of the Missional Marketing Podcast,
Are you a church communications director looking for valuable resources to enhance your skills and strategies? In this blog post, we highlight the top 5 resources recommended by Katie Allred, the founder of ChurchCommunications.com. Katie is also the founder of an online Church Communications Group with more than 32,000 Facebook members,
In this age of social media, our consumption habits have undergone a significant transformation, leading to both opportunities and challenges. As we navigate the vast landscape of online content, it has become apparent that our capacity to process information has been outpaced by the speed at which it is delivered.
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In today’s digital age, effective communication and leadership play crucial roles in the success of churches. Building strong relationships, particularly with senior leaders, and effectively conveying messages are essential for church communications directors. In a recent episode of the Missional Marketing Podcast, Holly Tate, an expert in leadership and Senior Vice President of Growth at Leadr.com,