Some of the best growth happens with small changes over time. Often those small changes make a bigger difference than anything else.
Connect and collaborate with other church communications practitioners in your area. Join a Facebook Group.
In most social media channels, the primary focus is geared towards getting the user to look at your content. But what if we created a tangible way for them to use our social media channels throughout daily life?
Hustle is relentless. Hustle is uncommon. Hustle is inconvenient. Hustle is hard. Hustle is worth it.
In a world filled with fake news and conspiracy theories, we need humor and satire more than ever.
Instagram lets you share up to 10 photos and videos in one post. Here’s some creative ways your church can use this new feature.
Sometimes it is through our mistakes, our failures, and our mess-ups that we learn to make what we do even better.
A roundup of free Easter resources from our friends. Sermon series, artwork, openers, and more – all FREE.
People check your website to find out about Easter. Answer their questions before they ask them.
A great way to get in front of a bigger audience is for churches to have the audio of their sermons transcribed.
Stats and data are powerful tools to support our desire for change. But what happens when the information we use is bad?
Instead of telling you all the reasons you should join a site, I’m going to share with you some reasons you do NOT want to join ThatCC and become a PRO Member.
Gathering audience feedback is crucial for innovation and growth, but how do you conduct surveys in the right way?
Learn to communicate information versus action.
If you have ever struggled to come up with ideas for what to post about on social media, then this article will be your new best friend!
Watch select webinars, interviews, conference sessions, and more. Available on your favorite TV streaming device.
I am Batman: Unlocking Batman on your iPhone.
It’s important for a church to be found online, and to do that, you need to learn how to increase traffic to your site.
Great speakers, practical content, genuine community… there are tons of reason to attend That Church Conference.
A finely crafted press release can be used to enhance SEO and lead generation.
Explore some of the steps you should take with your SEO efforts now that you know what mistakes to avoid.
If you run a blog for your church, here are 3 of the most common SEO mistakes you probably didn’t realize you were making.
When resources and staff are limited, it can make sense to outsource. Here’s some quick tips on how best to manage a freelancer.
Why are more willing to let volunteers teach the Bible than write an email?