Chances are that a percentage of your bulletin readers are active on and subscribed to your Facebook page. Perhaps, a call or text blast is enough. Many of our crossmrkt.com clients are using text this way. Others, like RPC Adventist Church is using our pocketpew.com mobile app to add the pdfs there. Sligo SDA Church uses Issuu (https://issuu.com/sligochurch) to load up their bulletins. My church pastor sends out an email, and we, at times, post it on Facebook. Faithvox.com is working on this issue by first understanding what does an event mean and what can be included on your website
If your church or ministry is using a mobile app to engage your congregation or an even wider audience, then push notes are a key mobile feature that you want to strategically deploy to communicate your message. A study by Localytics shows that app users who enable push notes engage with apps 3 times more in a […]
We are proud to announce the latest updates to PocketPew. We have an abundance of new features to make your mobile app more effective and engaging for your church or ministry. Membership Most of the new features involve using personalized accounts to access your mobile app. Instead of your users acting anonymously, they are now […]
Recently, I reviewed the top posts on our websites. Overall, traffic is up and people are spending at least 2 minutes per visit. However, reviewing specifically what’s working and why, helps us plan better content for you in 2016. Here are our top 10 most popular posts of 2015, as well as the main takeaways […]
So yesterday, we discussed the Hope United La case study, that showed you exactly how they increased giving by 80% while doubling the number of givers. Here’s another great resource to reference if you are trying to make this case at your local church. Based on working on the pilot project as well as my […]
About three months ago, through a pilot project sponsored by PocketPew and Tithe.ly, Frank and I worked closely with Hope United LA to revamp one area of their digital strategy by launching a mobile app. Barry and Suzie Crocker, Lead Pastors at Hope United, felt that they needed to do more by communicating more effectively through a […]
In 2013, after partnering with St. Paul Community Baptist Church (SPCBC) to build our first PocketPew app, we received a call from Marcus o/b United Baptist Church (UBC), who was “card out of wallet” interested to get setup with a mobile app. He saw what we did for SPCBC and was really excited to add this tech tool to UBC.