Your Statement of Faith: Revisited

Your Statement of Faith is important

We’ve previously mentioned the importance of being firm and unique in your Statement of Faith on your church’s website, and now more than ever, it’s necessary to set forth your church’s beliefs unwaveringly. Of course, there are churches who choose to gloss over doctrine and focus on attracting visitors, so this won’t apply to them. […]

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 […]

Are We Clear? Your Statement of Faith

One of the most obvious but frequent omissions from a church’s website is their stance on the King James Bible. After all, our name is “KJV Churches,” and our focus is on King James Only Independent Baptist Churches. However, it’s getting harder and harder to distinguish where a church stands, since churches that identify as […]

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 […]

Choosing a Domain Name

When a church prepares to build a website, along with all of the other tips that I have covered, a major concern is what “domain” to choose. For the technologically-backward, I’ll explain some of the terminology briefly. A Top-Level Domain, or TLD, is .com, .net, .info, .church, .directory, .us, or any of the 735+ options […]

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 […]

Updates: Keeping it Fresh

Keeping website content fresh

Many times, church websites are frustratingly out of date and the information is stale and irrelevant. I’ve seen church sites that still have event calendars from 2009 and earlier, and the latest blog posts are even older! The internet makes it easy to create and display content, but keeping it current is a very important […]

Your website: Content over Cool

With the amazing variety of website options available on the internet, there is inevitably the desire to have a “really nice-looking website.”  And that’s great.  An unattractive website is sure to cause a lot of lost traffic, or at least frustration. However, if you let form supersede function, you’ve totally missed the point. A website […]

What Are People Looking For?

When people visit your website, or your listing page on KJV Churches, what are they trying to find? During my ongoing project to find every Independent Baptist Church in America, I have viewed literally thousands of church sites, some of them excellent, and many of them absolutely abhorrent. What makes them good? Here’s a few Dos […]