Photo booths give a quick, easy social media buzz

Looking for a quick, easy (and inexpensive) way to generate some social media buzz? Try a Photo Booth at your next event. With a simple backdrop and a few inexpensive props you will have a free benefit for your attendees and a painless way to get your fans to share...

Google Chrome browser to start flagging non-SSL websites in July

Starting with the July update, Google’s Chrome browser will start showing “Not secure” beside the address bar on all websites not using HTTPS connections (SSL encryption). Google has been slowly pressuring developers to create more secure websites...

Five steps to better student ministry communications

By Blake Davis The number one need in any church is communication. We need to communicate the Gospel to the lost, spiritual depth to the saved, and how we as a church body are pursuing those goals together. In response, the number one complaint about the church is a...

Latest technology trends of US teenagers

Pew internet released their latest study on Teens, Social Media, and Technology on May 31, 2018. Here are three trends we see in their results: 1. Social media platforms are changing. Facebook is no longer the de facto social media platform for teens. YouTube,...

What is the primary purpose of your church website?

Every church needs a strong website. There are several reasons: your website is the digital anchor for all your online promotion, your website is the online resource library that receives all your “click here for more information” links, but most...

Coming in 2016: Mobile apps integrated with your WordPress website

It’s taken a while for the technology to stablize, but we now have a solution for developing mobile apps for Apple iPhones and Android phones that integrate with your existing WordPress website. You don’t have to maintain separate content on your app and...