Why you need a church marketing consultant
Could a church marketing consultant help your church reach more people and change more lives?
Too many churches struggle to grow simply because they don’t have the resources to communicate great ministry effectively. This leads to declining attendance, shrinking budgets, and overwhelmed volunteers and staff.
One of the quickest ways to burn out your staff and volunteers is to ask them to do something they don’t understand. That’s what too many churches do when it comes to social media, websites, and other church marketing and communications tasks.
The Problem Isn’t Ministry, It’s Marketing
Your church has great ministries. You know what your congregation and community need and are finding ways to provide. The potential is endless.
The problem is, people just aren’t responding the way you imagined. What you’re offering is great, but it’s just not moving people to action. They’re not showing up.
Chances are you’re just not marketing your ministries well. Often, the biggest reason your church promotions fail is because you have staff or volunteers filling communications and marketing roles who don’t understand how to do them well.
So often, a church will find someone in the congregation who is “tech-savvy” to run their social media. Just because someone knows how to use the technology doesn’t mean they understand how people think and can motivate them to act.
You Need a Church Marketing Consultant
You might not need someone to come in and run all of your social media, websites, and other marketing tasks. What might be most helpful is someone who can be a guide and resource to your staff and volunteers.
Your people are capable of reaching your community through social media. They just need someone to guide them and give them a framework to do it well.
What if you had a church marketing consultant on-call as a resource to your staff and volunteers? Someone they could get on the phone, on Zoom, or even over text message, to help them craft great social media posts, website pages, church marketing plans, capital campaigns, pledge drives, and more.
Hey! I’m Joe. I’ll be your guide.
I understand. From 2009-2015 I was on staff at a local church here in Indianapolis. Social media was becoming all the rage and I was just trying to figure out how to make it work.
My primary role was youth director. Over the course of the 5 years I was a youth director, I helped grow a student ministry from less than 15 students to over 100 per week. A huge part of that was leveraging social media and marketing to show local teens how participating in our ministries could make their lives better.
For the last 4 years, I have served many churches and organizations helping them grow their online presence and church attendance. I would love to do the same for your church!
I Coach Your Church to Succeed Online
Whether you have a staff person handling digital communications or a group of volunteers, I help make them a well-oiled church marketing machine!
I will give them a framework to use when creating any piece of marketing collateral, website copy, or social media post to ensure your church marketing efforts see a strong response.
Schedule a call with me and let’s talk more about how hiring Clear Church Communications as your church marketing consultant can help you transform lives and grow your church.
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