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Would Your Congregation Revolt Against Your Website?

That would be a somewhat novel idea…!

Perhaps in the near (far?) future we’ll see ministries and congregations that use the web so much (and well) that they will actively revolt against redesigns, just like the Digg.com community does every single time something changes.

But can you imagine that?

What if a congregation was so web-savvy enough to actually stage an online revolt against a new redesign of your website. Would you listen (as a leader)? Would you care? Would you do something about it?

I can’t wait to report on the “first” one of its kind. Please let me know if it happens.

Oh, and another quick question: Thoughts on the new Digg.com look?

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