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Clover Media | Communication and Social Media

Why Your Church Needs to Use the Power of Visuals to Promote Events

By: The Clover Team

Church events are a powerful way to bring in new visitors and help current members to engage in community.  They connect people and further the message of the gospel in methods outside of Sunday service. Many people want to dig deeper into community but they’re not sure how. Hosting events at your church can provide this unity and togetherness.  

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Social Media | church social media | Communication and Social Media

The Most Popular Social Media Sites for Church Engagement in 2021

By: The Clover Team

Churches have taken to the internet to share the important message of the gospel, and social media is an incredible tool to communicate and engage with your congregation. Here is a rundown of the most popular social media sites that your church can use to engage and grow an audience in 2021:

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church communication | church marketing | Communication and Social Media

Church Marketing 101: Leveraging Digital Marketing for Your Church

By: The Clover Team

In the extremely digital world we find ourselves operating in, leveraging digital marketing for your church is important. It can help you reach a wider audience, which is even better for spreading the gospel!  

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church communication | Communication and Social Media

Increase Church Communication with These 3 Digital Tools

By: The Clover Team

Whether you’re a church of thousands or less than a hundred, communication isn’t always as easy as it seems. Whenever there are multiple people involved in giving and receiving information, there is bound to be some miscommunication, particularly for churches, as there are conversations happening between leadership and staff, volunteers, the congregation, as well as the outside community and visitors. No wonder it’s imperative to have a strategic communications plan in place.  

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church communication | church marketing | Communication and Social Media

Church Marketing 101: Creating a Church Marketing Plan

By: The Clover Team

Why is church marketing important? It may seem a little taboo to think that churches need a marketing strategy because it makes it almost feel like a business in a sense. But marketing your church and having a plan in place is imperative to church growth.  When you’re thinking about how to spread the word to not only get people to join your church but how to share the gospel with as many people as possible, you’ll want to tell your story. Who is your church? Make it real. People want to know what your church’s vision and/or mission is. In your marketing, explain why people should attend, join, and get involved. More people will want to do this when they understand your story as a church and how you’re serving others.

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church marketing | Communication and Social Media

3 Ways to Market Your Church for Easter

By: The Clover Team

As the Easter season nears, people throughout your community will be seeking out church services to attend. Make sure they’re finding your church by paying careful attention to how you are digitally marketing your Easter events and programs! Especially this year, you’ll be marketing your Easter services to a variety of audiences:

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Stories | Communication and Social Media | ChurchComm Stories

Lessons In Communicating Through COVID-19

By: The Clover Team

In the wake of COVID-19, churches have had to make adjustments to their approach to communication and ministry, heavily leaning on digital tools to help them stay connected to their audience. Cross City Church in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas is one of those churches that has made changes to the way they do things for the sake of meeting their people where they are. We caught up with Josh Merriott, Communications and Technology Pastor for Cross City Church to hear about what they’ve done differently and how they plan to use what they’ve learned moving forward.

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