25 Simple Website Ideas For Churches
Have you ever created a micro website?
In a world with multi-page websites, a microsite is a great solution for organizations and churches to communicate specific messages to their unique audiences.
Just a few of the many uses for microsites include:
- Seasonal promotions like a church’s Christmas Eve service, or a group’s summer reading program
- One-time promotions like an organization’s community event or a church’s building campaign
- A showcase for a branch of your organization who needs their own “web autonomy” like a teen youth group or the sales & marketing team.
Setting up a microsite can also provide a place where let your regular website users can connect on a more personal level, and even receive instruction about details you wouldn’t necessarily want your visitors to have to sort though (like a group retreat, or monthly financial reporting). The possibilities are endless, and the steps are simple:
- Target the audience
- Create content without the confines of your current site
Wycliffe Bible Translators created a microsite, Why.Bible, to promote scripture engagement in US churches, and start as conversation about why the Bible is important in their own lives. The site adopted a completely different look and style than the Wycliffe site, because the audience and purpose is a bit different than usual.
25 Effective Ways Your Ministry Can Effectively Use a Microsite
We’ve put together a great resource with 25 microstructure ideas for your organization.
Download our free guide and see which type of microsite would benefit your congregation.
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