Do you have a blog going on your church website? I have a handful of pastor friends that have not yet jumped into the world of blogging (at least not on their church websites.) When I ask them why not, here are some of the answers I get:
What I have told these friends (and what I will tell anyone who asks) is that none of those excuses hold much water. In fact. there are a few great reasons you need to have a blog on your church website. Here's the beginning of a list:
Setup a risk-free 30-day trial and test out the blog feature yourself. Check out this video tour of the new blog feature at SnapShot Web:
If you have a blog on your church site, we'd love to see it in action (and interact with you there.) Post it in the comments and we'll take a look. Have you got other reasons to add to the list? Post them here as well.
Adding Widgets and Social Bookmarks to your Church website is a great way to increase traffic, improve your SEO, and allow people in your community to easily share your website with their friends and followers. If you are new to all of this, here are six ways to get started:
SnapShot Web has been working on away to make Church and Ministry Websites more social. The wait is over. The new SnapShot Web SEO and Social Bookmarks Feature is here. It's included with all SnapShot Packages and we're certain you are going to love it. In order to celebrate the new release, we're offering a $5 gift card for Starbucks, Peet's, or Dunkin' Donuts to anyone who will check it out and give us some feedback. Here's all you need to do for the free coffee:
It's that easy. Enjoy.
To make your church website more social and improve your Search Engine Optimization, you'll want to add the newest Social Bookmarks Feature from SnapShot Web. Add bookmarks to Twitter, Facebook, Delicious, Digg, Linked In, Yahoo Buzz, Email and over 30 more. You can also add a Follow Me On Twitter button and a Tweet This Page button.
Check out the quick demo that will show off this great new tool.