High community visibility
When people are looking for a church to attend they will take advantage of the animitity of the internet. They will check you out before they attend on a Sunday morning. If you don’t make a good impression on your website they will probably not try a Sunday morning service. Make that first impression great and inviting.
Your pastor puts a lot of work into what he teaches on Sunday morning, why not put those sermons online not only for the community and perspective visitors but also for members to listen again and again. One of the best ways for a person to get an idea about the nature and direction of your church is to listen to the teaching. A person may listen to the pastor’s sermons online for a long time before visiting. Make that a good experience.
Keep members informed
Church calendar, sermons, Facebook Book and You Tube integration will engage, encourage, and bond together members of your congregation.
Social media integration
Most of the members of your church are on Facebook. Why not build a Facebook Church page to work alongside your website? Your Facebook page can be designed to match and complement your website. A Facebook feed can be placed on your website that will illustrate your churches sense of community and they will be able to see posts and conversations.
Facebook can also be used to purchase advertising on Facebook that will target a very specific audience and geographical area. We can show you how.
Facebook – You Tube – Google + to be found on search engines
Like a lot of things in life combinations release greater effect and power than any one element. That is true with search engine exposure. A website must be constructed in a way that will make it attractive to search engines. Have you ever noticed that when you search for a topic on Google you often will get the website but also Facebook, You Tube videos, and Google Plus listings? Facebook is wildly popular – but You Tube and Google Plus belong to Google. They work together – we can show you how.