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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?
It seems inevitable that politics will overrun the world in division and anger. I think we’d be better off if somehow these four thinking trends could stop.
10 Highlights from each session of ThatCC San Diego Workshop
I read the entire Bible and now I’m feeling a range of emotions, from humble to confused. Allow me to explain.
2016 was certainly an odd one, but it really wasn’t that bad. In fact, here are 6 reasons why 2016 was actually pretty good.
I don’t know yet what you’re really asking, but I know it’s not about a budget worksheet or about the content of your staff meeting each week. Before you make up what the other person is thinking and live like that’s the truth, ask them in a way that opens to door to hearing their genuine response.
As a pastor, you are responsible for leading and shepherding your church. Part of that role involves pointing out things others miss. And you have that responsibility with Christmas music.
Having a unified voice with all ministries was a learning moment for me more than it was for the other ministry leaders.
Nationwide survey shows many churches saw declining or flat giving in 2015, while at the same time seeing the need for modern digital giving solutions (Infographic).