It’s no surprise that video performs the best out of all content on social media. Odds are, any time you scroll through Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter you’ve seen a video almost immediately on your feed. Videos rank the highest on all social media platforms and are the best way to increase engagement on your accounts.
There once was a time when churches were primarily engaged in the physical, in-person activities that occurred within their church building. However, with virtual worship on the rise, churches everywhere are turning to YouTube to reach and retain members. Churches are discovering the power of YouTube to gain visibility and influence in this digital age by going beyond the church building.
Church has officially left the building and gone digital. The best way to engage your audience and promote your church online in today’s world is through video. Not only is video interactive and engaging, but it also ranks highest in social media algorithms. Essentially, the videos you post are more likely to be seen than images when it comes to platforms like Facebook,
If 2020 taught us anything, it’s that online church is here to stay. Yet, with Easter around the corner, both unchurched and online members may be looking to attend a service in person. Major holidays, like Easter, are the perfect opportunity to welcome old and new attendees into the local church.
Perhaps your church has an upcoming offering drive, and you find yourself looking for ways to encourage your congregation to generously give. While most churches rely on donations from their members, it can be challenging to receive enough offerings to support your ministry. A great way to approach increasing giving within your church is by communicating to your church why giving is so vital to your ministry,
Is your church looking to increase engagement on its website? Even though your church might have a great looking website, if it’s not leading to meaningful user actions and meeting your church’s online goals then it’s not performing as well as it should be. Google rewards sites with high engagement by giving them a boost in search rankings.
Local SEO is one of the best ways for your church to be easily found online by new people searching in your area. Most likely, if you’ve landed on this blog post, you’ve already taken the first steps for local SEO by creating a Google My Business profile for your church,
Are you looking to grow your church’s congregation and reach new people in your area? Do you want your church to show up in search results for people looking for a church nearby or the unchurched? If the answer to those questions is yes, then you’ve come to the right place.
If your church isn’t already taking advantage of Google My Business, now is the time to start. Google My Business is one of the best ways to be found in your local community by new people searching on Google for things like, “church near me” or “best church in [city]”. Google My Business,
In today’s digitally driven world, one of the major key success factors for churches is having a strong online presence. With COVID-19 causing many churches to transition fully to online, many pastors and church leaders are looking for answers on how to keep online church visitors engaged. It can be challenging for churches to navigate keeping online users active throughout the week and feeling connected to the church.
With December quickly approaching, your church has likely already begun planning for the Christmas season. For most churches, Christmas services are some of the highest attended out of the entire year. Around Christmas, unchurched people are usually more open to attending church, making Christmas a great time to target new people.
CHURCH RESOURCES CAN BE TIGHT
For many Churches, even in a pre-COVID world, money can be tight. Not only does your pastor and staff need salaries, but you also have other operating expenses like rent/mortgage, building maintenance, bibles, learning materials, and resources for specific ministries. On top of that, money also needs to be available for helping those in need in the Church,