Recruiting and maintaining a consistent volunteer corps may require some creativity. Beginning with identifying parish needs, recognizing groups and individuals available to whom you can reach out, and most importantly, helping parishioners discern how their gifts and talents can bless the Church …
Dan Rogers from Mission by Design knows a thing or two about websites. Recently, Dan called and interviewed parishes about church websites — learning about what churches are doing, what they’re looking for, and, most importantly, how they can improve and grow.
What’s the secret to creating the perfect website for a Catholic school? There are a lot of factors that can make or break a website, and so much depends on the mission and culture of each individual school. Elements like content presentation and mobile friendliness, however, are universally important. Read on to find out more […]
When it comes to maintaining relationships with existing parishioners, the ability to engage via email cannot be overstated. Here are five simple ways to ensure you are optimizing your email open rate and keeping parishioners informed and connected.
Email segmenting (the practice of targeting certain emails to specific subgroups) can boost the performance of your email campaigns and improve your open and click rates. Here are four questions to ask yourself when “spring cleaning” your email segments.
In the United States, 90% of citizens aged 15-64 use email, and 84% of citizens 65+. This means that most of your community has email addresses, and they check their email. But what can you do to get them to open parish communications? Try targeted email messaging.
Looking for a way to keep your communication open and clear with school families? If you have yet to invest in an app to stay in touch and keep teachers and parents connected, you’re missing out. Here are some of our favorites you need to check out.