Are you managing the digital word-of-mouth for your church?
Do you know what church visitors are saying about you online?
Your church's listings — name, phone number, address, website — are a crucial element to connecting to new people. Prospective visitors need to find you, on the web and in the streets. [more]
Reviews are the word-of-mouth advertising of the 21st century.
Reviews are a public form of consumer communication — do not ignore your online reputation. [more]
Everyday people are declaring their intentions, asking questions, and trying to create relationships through various social media channels.
Are you listening? [more]
Search engines, online reviews, ratings, relevant articles, word of mouth. The church’s reputation is what attenders say it is.
The decision to attend the first time is made: talked with greeters or others, read bulletin or brochures, sampled the service. The decision to return or not is made.
Reflection on the experience: Facebook post, tweet, review, discuss with friends, blog, visitor compares to expectations.
Top online directories are claimed on your behalf, your listings are distributed to up to 300 sites. We create a responsive, mobile-friendly, location page for your church - that Google just loves. You can update this page without any coding or complex software. Did we mention this page is free? Just tell us you want one.
Increase online reviews and rest easy knowing all reviews, positive and negative, will receive a response. With many of our packages we will setup a system to generate reviews from your church members. This is also available as a stand-alone service.
We submit your church's listing to all four major data providers: Factual, Acxiom, Infogroup and Neustar (Localeze). These data providers disseminate business info all over the web. 73% of people lose trust in a brand when their listings are incorrect. (Placeable)
Social Marketing gives churches the ability to grow their fan base and turn online leads into raving fans. 89% of small businesses find that social media helps them gain exposure and increase their web traffic, yet 31% say they don’t know how to use social effectively or “don’t know what to post”