Local Church Advertising
Church Advertising is an effective way to promote your congregation's identity with your community, and open hearts, open minds and open doors.
Learn how you can invite people to 'rethink' church.
3 creative marketing ideas for Christmas Eve and $400 to get started
How do you stand out from all the other churches in town offering Christmas Eve services? How do you get the word out beyond your walls? Read More
How to use Adobe Spark for easy church graphic design
Here's a great screencast tutorial on how Adobe Spark can help your church create sermon series graphics, scripture quotes, event posters and much more! Read More
Repurposing content for social media with Steven Adair
You know your ministry needs to be active on social media, but have you ever stared at the screen at a loss for what to post? You're not alone! But... Listen
Typography 101 with Troy Dossett
The power of words can be amplified or undermined by the very letterforms that make up those words. In this episode, class is in session for Typography 101. We are joined... Listen
Facebook vs. Twitter: Which social media advertising to use?
Social media is a crucial platform for getting your message out. But how do you choose which service to use? Get some tips from a professional marketer. Read More
Marketing magnets that bring new people to you!
All churches want to connect and engage with people in their community. Lead magnets, a tool common in business but uncommon in the church world, provide a way to begin... Read More
Essential podcasts for United Methodist Leaders
Podcasts give us levity and wisdom while we're waiting around. Here's 12 United Methodist podcasts covering the gamut of communications, technology, leadership, lectionary, young people's ministry and more! Read More
How much should your church spend on marketing?
Be intentional about putting your church marketing budget to work in the best way possible to do the important work of evangelism. Read More
How to rethink your church’s direct mail strategy
Physical mail is not out for the count. Revisit your mail strategy and think about when and why you might send paper to people via their local mail carrier. Read More