Is your church’s website outdated and in need of a redesign but you don’t know how to get started and aren’t a developer or graphic designer? The good news is – now you can have a beautiful church website without needing to be a coding wizard. Using a CMS platform, or Content Management System,
Do you want to figure out why visitors to your website are bouncing?
Do you want to see where visitors to your church’s website are getting stuck?
Do you want to uncover insights and make the right changes to your website?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above, then you will benefit from a heatmap.
In today’s world, as more and more people move online, your church’s online presence is becoming increasingly important. More often than not, new visitors are just as likely to find your church online as they are through another means. For this reason, it is important that your church homepage gets your message across.
“Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest,” Jesus said in Matthew 11:28. As the body of Christ, it is important that the church is in the right place to reach people when they are seeking Jesus. Often, people turn to the internet and search Google to learn more about Christianity.
If you have been monitoring your church website’s traffic using Google Analytics, then you have probably come across bounce rates. They appear in your analytics as a percentage, but what exactly do they mean? This post will not only explain exactly what church website bounce rates are, but also how to improve them.