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Parental Controls Still Require Parents

Parental controls require ongoing parental involvement. They're like swimming in a pool. You don’t just let your kids play in the pool without a lifeguard.

3 Church Media YouTube Tips

When most people think of social media influence, they think of Facebook. But there's another site out that's also getting a lot of notice: YouTube. That's a church YouTube presence is essential.

5 Easy Ways to Find and Hone Your Brand Voice

Your brand voice already exists; you just have to identify, articulate, and share it with the world. But how do you uncover it, and where do you start?

How to Effectively Use a Communications Team to Create All the Communications Your Church Needs

These are valid concerns and I’ve found that almost all of them can be answered if you divide your church communication team of staff and volunteers into two groups.

Meet Your Church at Home with TV Apps

So then what’s the big deal with having a TV app? Is there any great reason for your church to have one?

Build Your Own (Successful) Email Marketing Campaign

Email marketing has become more advanced, and less intrusive. Rather than collect a random sampling of contact information and fire away, we can now target specific users who have already shown an interest.

5 Reasons Your Church Should Do More Facebook Live Videos (And 16 Tips for Doing Them Well)

Is your church doing regular Facebook Live broadcasts? It's a powerful communication method that your church should be taking advantage of.

Subsplash Dashboard: Encouraging Your Pastor To Make The Move to Mobile

While churches are increasingly embracing technology it can still take some convincing for church leaders to get on board with the switch from more traditional methods, to adopting newer ones.

Stress in IT

Good IT folks are burning out quickly and turnover rates are high among tech staffs because of stress in IT. Here are three ways to identify it.

Is Texting Social Media?

Status updates get buried in news feeds: why not text? Millennials rely on their mobile devices like no other generation. 83% of Millennials have their cell phone next to them while they sleep at night.

Five Ways to Promote Your Church On a Tiny Budget

Do you want to invite more people to visit your church service or church event? Are you looking for the most cost-effective ways to promote your church?

10 Powerful Church Statistics on Social Media Use

As churches grow and adapt to the era of omnipresent Wi-Fi and smartphones, social media has become one of the most effective ways of reaching new members.

Voices: Are Virtual Reality Baptisms Good for the Church?

Whether your church embraces the internet and social media or stays away from it, let’s make sure people remember how much we want them to be there — actually, physically there.

How to Choose the Perfect Brand Name in 4 Steps

A great brand name is not just something that looks cool on your business card or is fun to say. And it isn’t great because you like it. It’s great because it communicates something to customers.

5 Tech Mistakes That Make First-Time Visitors Cringe

If you want your church to grow, it’s important to make a good first impression. This means that you need to eliminate some common tech mistakes

Infographics: Where Data Meets Design

Is your staff paying attention to design elements? They should be!

12 Guidelines for Church Social Media

Social networking sites work together to enhance communication, foster faith sharing, and deepen relationships.

5 Reasons Why Your Church Must Prioritize Social Media

Being on Social Media Isn’t Enough: It’s better to have one or two platforms you really excel at than to be on every platform and to do them terribly.

10 Church Marketing Mistakes to Avoid

“When it comes to church marketing, it’s almost as important to avoid mistakes as it is to pursue success.”

5 Reasons Your Church Social Media Needs to Be a Priority

If you can’t justify time spent on church social media, I encourage you to consider the following ways your ministry might be missing out.

Daniel Im: How Not To Let the Consumers Drive the Strategy...

Daniel Im joins “The Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast” to explain how pastors can lead more effectively in a “post-everything” world and why their communities contain more than just the non-Christians and the Christians.

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