Clear Layout

Clear Layout

Top tips to help you from UK Churches (www.ukchurches.co.uk ). To help people find the information they are looking for, use the same menu navigation on every page. Put some thought into how your organize and name the sections and pages of your website, so things are...
Check for errors

Check for errors

Top tips help you from Uk Churches (www.ukchurches.co.uk). If your website includes spelling and grammatical errors, people will question the accuracy of the information, the church’s commitment to the site, and the competence of the website staff. Tag someone you...
Proof read

Proof read

Top tips to help you from UK Churches (www.ukchurches.co.uk). I recall one time when my church’s bulletin and website gave two different times for an event. You can imagine the confusion and frustration that caused. Tag someone you think may need help! UKChurches...
Be consistent

Be consistent

Top tips to help you from UK Churches (www.ukchurches.co.uk). If you’re announcing an opportunity from the pulpit, in the bulletin, on the website, and by other means, use the same language in every case. It will save you time, and provide clarity. UKChurches Church...
Leave nothing out

Leave nothing out

Top tips to help you from UK Churches (www.ukchurches.co.uk). Your church website needs to have information on EVERYTHING that is going on. If you leave things out, people will be far less likely to check it in the future. Tag someone you think may need help! 💙...
Giving Made Simple

Giving Made Simple

Make It Simple And Easy To Give How quickly can someone give online on your website? Did you know that online giving is now mature and that most people trust the web to contribute to non-profits, churches included. Tag someone you think will benefit from this....
Home

Home

Your Website Is Your Home-base Think that you no longer need a church website, that you can just rely on social media? Wrong. You own your digital property on your website. You don’t own your social media account. Everything you do should point back to your home-base....
Do it well

Do it well

Be Prepared To Invest Did you know that 94% of people cited poor web design as the reason they mistrusted or rejected a website. Imagine that for your church? You are just as likely to turn people away as to open the door with a poorly designed website. Invest in...
The Basics

The Basics

Keep It Simple I love this idea. Many churches over complicate their website. They write in long-form when they should be thinking scannable copy. Some also list every ministry that has ever lived or breathed at the church. Some that would be for sure out-of-date. Ask...
Who are you trying to reach

Who are you trying to reach

Think About Who Your Audience Is Did you know that your church website is the digital front door to your church for visitors? Have you written your copy as for people who have never stepped into your church? What kind of information do you have on your website and...