Don’t Lose Your Church Website!
It is very important that you not lose your church website. Did you know that when a church lets their domain registration lapse, that it often gets bought up by an adult video site, a gambling site, or some other entity looking to make use of the domain’s Google search ranking? People searching for your […]
Church Websites: Design Tips and Best Practices
Church websites are notoriously behind the times in terms of web design and appearance, but yours doesn’t have to be. Here are some good design tips for church websites, to help you avoid common problems and improve the visibility, readability, and aesthetic appeal of your church website. Church Websites – Don’t Do: 1. Goofy Fonts […]
Top 5 Benefits of a Vibrant Church Website
Narrow is the way, and few there be that find it. Hopefully, this is a description of the true path to God and not how difficult it is for visitors to find your church online. It’s easy to focus so much on preaching the truth and walking the narrow path that making your church accessible […]
Updating Your Listing!
As of this post, KJV Churches has almost 150 registered users, which is fantastic for how short of a time this project has been online. In fact, we had no idea what to expect when we launched, but we’re excited to see the continual growth in site visitors, and the addition of new churches around […]
Content is Key
We’ve previously written on the subject of Search Engine Optimization, specifically how it applies to listings on KJV Churches. This time, however, I would like to approach some more generalized concepts of SEO and why you need to understand them. Don’t worry, I will keep it from getting too dry! 1. Keywords Years ago, “meta […]
Under Construction? Just, Don’t.
If I had a dollar for every church website that had a big, bold banner saying “This Site Is Under Construction,” I could fund a private server for a year! (That would make the site run faster) Way too many church websites are “under construction,” which basically means that someone started a project and then […]
Design: Contemporary or Classic?
Due to the ever-developing nature of the internet, styles and designs change rapidly. Just like clothing fashions, website themes and functionality switch and evolve at a dizzying pace. For a business that uses the web as a front-end for creating paying customers, this requires that they stay on the cutting edge, updating as soon as […]
Social Media: Why your Church needs it
My pastor did something interesting a while back. He created an “experiment” using Facebook where he asked his friends to mail one dollar to help an individual in need. Dozens of people responded, some with much more than one dollar, and the need was quickly met. This little social experiment did two things: it quickly supplied […]