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7 Pages Your Church Website Should Have

By: Samantha Decker

Building a church website can feel like a huge, overwhelming task. Not only do you need to make decisions about which platform to use, what your church website goals are, and what the design needs to look like, but somehow you have to figure out what church website pages to include too.

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Should Staff Photos be on Your Church Website?

By: Ashley DeKock

Imagine yourself in this position: you are new to the area and looking for a church to visit. As you look through several church websites, you click through the pages trying to get a feel for who that church is and what programs they have available for your family. As you click on the staff page, what are you expecting to see? What do you hope to get out of this page?

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3 Creative Ways to Use Video Backgrounds on Your Church Website

By: Luke Marzano

It has become commonplace to visit a website and see a video playing in the background. I mean, even Clover Sites had a video background four years ago. Am I saying we started the trend? No, but the Internet has jumped on the video background bandwagon. Interested but not sure how to start? Here are three creative ways to use video so your site will stand out online and reach visitors.

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Three Powerful Ways to Use Church Media in Your Ministry

By: Samantha Decker

Did you know that 90 percent of the information processed by the brain is visual? While that’s a fun fact you can share at your next dinner party, it should also get your church staff brain pondering what that means for engaging people at your church. As a culture, we are highly visual, and yet most of our worship services today have very little visual aspects incorporated. This is where church media comes in.

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5 Tips for Engaging Church Video Announcements

By: Ashley DeKock

Have you ever heard of the old marketing rule of seven? Basically, it’s the thought that a prospective buyer needs to hear or see your marketing message at least seven times before they buy from you. In my experience, church announcements follow the same pattern. Your church members need to see or hear your announcement multiple times before it sticks. One of those ways should be via church video announcements.

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7 Things Every Church Website “About Us” Page Should Have

By: Samantha Decker

When you first visit a church website, what is the first page that you click on? Events? Staff? Ministries? Something else? According to a study of 3.6 million page views done by The Church Co, after the homepage, the “about us” page is the most looked at page on church websites. If that doesn’t make you want to login to your church website builder and start editing your about page ASAP, I don’t know what will.

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7 Church Website Design Trends with Examples

By: Samantha Decker

The world of church websites (and really, websites in general) is always changing. What is trendy one year may be outdated the next. Therefore, it’s important to be aware of trends and learn how you can easily implement them on your site. As the virtual front door to your church, you want to make sure that people who visit your site stay long enough to find the information they’re looking for and plan their visit.

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Last Minute Mother's Day Church Graphics

By: AJ Fenlason

Mother’s Day is coming up in just a week or so and for the past few Mother’s days, I’ve overheard something interesting. I don’t think it's related and I’ve really only heard about it from friends.  Apparently,  a lot of stores have a rush on cards and flowers.

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"DUSK"  ☘️  [New Site Design] for Your Church Website

By: Joanna Gray

It's big and bold and we think you're going to love the newest Clover site design, DUSK.   We launched Majesty a few months ago and here we are with DUSK, hot off the presses, so to speak. Take a look and imagine how your church could use this snappy design to share your message with the world. We’re so excited to deliver a BRAND NEW Clover Sites design to you! Dusk was designed and built to make it easy for your church to be dynamic and compelling. Use sections to arrange your images, lists, forms, and all your church website content. Let Dusk help your church communicate with power and clarity.

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How to Choose the Right Stock Photos for Your Church Website

By: Samantha Decker

  “A picture is worth a thousand words.” You’ve heard that old saying, right? Well, we think it’s especially true when it comes to your church website. Good photography speaks volumes on your website. It tells a story. It paints a picture of the people in your community, your church, and its different environments. It gives visitors a glimpse into what your church looks like. That’s why having good photography is essential for your church website! But the reality is, not every church has access to a professional quality photographer who can snap hundreds of pics to find the best 10-30. And not every church has the budget to hire one, either! So what do you do when you want good, quality photography for your website, but you don’t want to break the bank? The answer: stock photos!

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