It seems like no matter how many years we’ve spent doing what we do, how many successful projects we’ve launched, or the number of projects we’ve taken part in, we can still benefit from the fresh perspectives of voices other than the one in our own heads.
The Internet has given us the ability to communicate with people 24/7/365. It’s a revolution and an opportunity. Churches need to rethink their communications playbook to leverage communications tech… it’s what your current and potential audiences wants.
Especially in the face of overall declining church attendance… younger generations in particular. How are you working to reach people when they’re outside of your church walls?
Word of mouth marketing is one of the best marketing tools a church has. Why? People trust their friends’ opinion more than any website or brochure.
Sisters and brothers, we all make mistakes. Failing doesn’t make us failures. Learn from the mistakes and “fail forward.”
I know there’s a lot of debate about whether or not a church should use social media. But, the bottom line is there are people on social media who want and need to hear from you.