Tired of your church being insignificant in Google search results?
Help is here.
Take time out to watch the clip below, and get out a pen and paper because you’re going to want to take notes. This is good stuff!
Kent’s right, no one is just going to start typing in random domain names to find your church. You’ve got to take the bull by the horns and be relevant.
Imagine the concept of churches caring more about interacting with folks in their community rather than just trying to get them through their doors.
Park Community Church, in Chicago, does this well in their “I’m New to Park” section. Not only do they offer helpful links for newcomers to Chicago, but they also list other churches in the city for folks to check out if they aren’t the right fit.
Imaginge the Kingdom impact your church could have to able to intercept someone’s search efforts to find a divorce lawyer or an abortion clinic and offer a glimpse of God’s grace and power to change lives and families.
“Engage people in a ministry route other than that one weekend that the pastor slaved for hours to write a sermon for.”
Here are links to the two tools Kent references in the video clip:
How is your church ranking on search engines?
Special thanks to Kent for spending time with us and allowing us to post this capture. I’m a big fan of the impact he’s making through ChurchRelevance.com, and will be posting more clips in the upcoming months.