I am stoked to introduce you to Jordan Gillman and excited to show you why my collaboration with him is great news for churches and ministries like yours.
I met Jordan in August this year, indirectly through a top digital marketer for churches. We quickly realized our work covered similar areas. We both have helped many churches and ministries set up their websites, but then that was it. From then on, the organizations probably updated their events module, but most were never able to maximize on their digital presence to capture, connect and communicate with their online audience.
Using our combined experience, we re-examined every single aspects of church website design, setup and management. While closely working with a few beta-clients, we realized the evident not-so-good results were not caused by their ongoing website up-keeping efforts. It’s really not your fault.
We combined strengths and totally revamped the way churches ‘do web’, by not only making it easier to keep their website fully up to date, but also redesigning the system to focus on helping them to implement a digital strategy.
What’s a digital strategy?
A digital strategy is all about being intentional in the way you use your digital tools to minister to your congregation and to share Jesus with your community.
We compiled a nice, easy to read ebook, to help you get started. Chapter 1 captures the very steps we took with our early adopters who are now already using our system.
Check out Jordan’s bio
Jordan loves Jesus and enjoys helping churches to communicate more effectively online. He wants to teach you how to implement a digital strategy for your church in 2016, even if you never buy anything from us.
Check out his bio and grab his ebook that includes strategies he uses to help small and mega churches around the world.
Jordan has a ton of gems for churches that he would love to share with you. He will be launching a free training course soon, providing other training sessions and free 1-on-1 audits, so you don’t want to miss this.
Let him help you to audit, setup and implement a better digital strategy for your church in 2016.