Each week Church And Technology.ca shares some of the interesting articles we’ve found on the web we feel you might be interested in.
Church And Technology.ca’s list of good reading from the last week:
Donations on your Church Website (Part 1): Approach and Content – Church Web Strategies
If you’re not already accepting online donations, this has some good things to consider as you get set up. If you’re already accepting online church donations there’s still some good tips for accepting donations on your church website.
What Makes a Healthy Online Presence for Churches? [INFOGRAPHIC] – iMinistries
The infographic is interesting, as is the longer description, but what I found most worthwhile was the comments. They do get a bit more in depth about church website design then many most people want, but I found them really interesting. It did also reinforce for me my post last week “If You Can’t Edit Your Church Website, It’s Time For A New One“.
Which Social Network is the BEST? – iChurchMethod
Some basic but good information on church social media use. I really like point 3 which talks about not just publishing the same info on all the social networks. Each social network is different and although it takes more time, you should really spend the time to post to each one individually using that social networks best practices. For example if you’re not using hashtags on twitter, your missing out on potential reach, but if you use hashtags on Facebook it often annoys people since they aren’t relevant there.