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Why We Teamed with Qgiv for Online Donations

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When the request first came to us, it arrived as a desire for a PayPal alternative. News to us, we discovered from our client PayPal offers some–let’s just say unsavory–financial support to organizations that don’t really support the ideals shared by our churches and faith-based organizations. We just didn’t know. So the search began. We looked at rates, client-bases, support…

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How to Launch and Run Your Church’s Website From the Cloud

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Mobile technology has become a major part of running a small business. In fact, two-thirds of small business owners now use a smartphone or tablet or use mobile-oriented technology, according to a Constant Contact survey. Survey respondents reported using mobile technology for everything from social media and email marketing to running mobile point-of-sale transactions and managing operations such as accounting….

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Turn Your Blog into an Email Newsletter

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Blogs help you quickly and easily publish compelling content about you and your services out to the world. Blogs help to connect your business to potential customers. But how do your readers know when you’ve published a new blog post? Simple RSS to Email by AWeber Communications RSS (Really Simple Syndication) helps you connect your customers to your blog. The…

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Five Creative Ways to Improve Your Church’s Web Design

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Your church’s website is often the first thing people see and is often an introduction to your church’s mission. As such, you want to be sure that its website design is an accurate reflection of your congregation’s mission and beliefs. By knowing and incorporating some common design elements of great church websites, you can ensure your church is better able…

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Common Problems on Church Websites

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Church websites are often underfunded. While not surprising–as most are are non-profits–this underfunding often leads to ugly websites. No one likes an ugly website. The enigmatic, ubiquitous “they” say the first couple seconds someone visits your site determines whether or not they’ll decide to stick around. If your church website is not compelling, don’t expect anyone to stay for long….

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