Church Marketing Online Is Back and New and Improved!

Celebrating Church Marketing Online Re-LaunchAfter taking a break for a while, we’re bringing the Church Marketing Online blog back out of mothballs.  The awareness of the value of church marketing and the number of churches participating in online church marketing has been growing.  With more and more demand for information about online church marketing, we felt that we could offer unique insight into ways churches can develop successful online marketing campaigns, increase their influence in their communities, and reach more people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

So, what should you expect?
Like before Church Marketing Online will regularly produce original articles about ways your church can market and communicate online.  In addition CMO will be…

  • Sharing links to other articles we find around the web which we think you’ll find interesting or valuable
  • Offering commentary on church marketing resources and articles
  • Reporting news related to church marketing
  • Conducting polls and surveys
  • And posting about anything else you might be interested in

We are excited to be able to rejoin you in the conversation about how the church can use the internet to grow the church and share the love of Christ. also has it’s own Twitter and Facebook accounts.  Please join us on Twitter and Facebook and signup for an RSS feed.

What topics or questions would you like discussed on the Church Marketing Online blog?

What are your biggest church marketing challenges?

Image provided by Paul Swansen

Kurt Steinbrueck is the Director of Marketing Services with OurChurch.Com. He also serves on the leadership of Family of Christ Lutheran Church in Tampa, FL. You can find him on Google+ as .

3 Responses to “Church Marketing Online Is Back and New and Improved!”

  1. I think a useful topic about church marketing would be "marketing without obviously marketing." A lot of people see through advertising tactics and are sick of being advertised to. With so much self promotion going on, people have learned to just tune it all out. I know for myself, I rarely even notice ads on websites anymore, and I even skip over external links on facebook often times without even thinking about it.

  2. PaulSteinbrueck Reply Feb 12, 2011 at 8:06 am

    Way to go, Kurt! I look forward to see what happens on the Church Marketing Online.


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