These steps will test your assumptions and love your neighbour by inviting them to share what would serve them in your new church website.
Category - Websites
If you're developing a website for your church and you want it to be super-welcoming for people who haven't been to church before, here's a few ideas.
12Stone Church provides a great example of a church website making it easy for visitors to discover Easter service times.
Every second website today greets you with a pop-up box.
These boxes pop-up, slide-in or drop-down and must be actioned (completed or closed) before you can...
Many people have never attended a church service before. Here are 20 tips (with examples) for serving these people on your church website.
Failing to provide this important information is failing to love these people - the people who are the number 1 audience for your church website.
"Create products that lift burdens, not products that create burdens"
Don't wait until your website's launched to request feedback
Church websites exist first and foremost for people who don't attend the church.
Global or primary navigation are the links that appear on every page of a website. These are generally links to the most important pages or sections.
According to the Australian Communities Report, websites are the preferred medium for Australians to seek information on religion or spirituality.
“Who is going to maintain it?”