• Being The Church in Today's Marketplace

Being The Church in Today's Marketplace

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This unique one-day training event is for pastors, church leaders and volunteers who want to use social media to enhance their church's outreach ministry. 

April 25, 2019 

8:30 am - 2:30 pm

First Baptist Church of Orlando, Florida

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The 7-Part Plan A Visit Church Framework For Increasing First-Time Visitors - Michael Woods

Did you know that Google processes more than 50,000 searches every single second? What’s more, 46% of all searches on Google – almost half – are local searches.

In Orange County the term “church” or “church near me” on average is searched for 3,600 times a month. This means that every month there are people in your community searching for a church. For this reason your church should have a Plan A Visit webpage on your site – a page dedicated to helping potential new visitors map out their first in-person visit to your church.

In this workshop, Mike Woods, Social Media Manager at First Baptist Orlando will provide a detailed seven part framework that you can use as a tool to attract more first-time visitors to your church via your website and social media.

Reaching More People with Google Ads and the Google Ads Grant - Mark Weible

How to apply for and maintain the Google Ads Grant for your church. The Google Ads Grant is worth up to $10,000 per month in advertising credit on the largest advertising platform in the world, Google.com. 

8 Ways To Use Facebook Live For Increasing First-Time Visitors - - Michael Woods

If you haven't already heard, video content is an important consideration for churches on social. Video is currently the most engaging form of digital content and according to the latest research 75% of the world's mobile content will be video by the end of 2020!

There are many ways that you can utilize Facebook Live beyond your worship service, all of which can help people in your community learn about your church and it's ministries. How do you do it? What type of content do you share? How do you re-purpose your Live videos to create enough social media content to last a week? These questions and more will be discussed throughout this engaging workshop from Mike Woods, Social Media Manager at First Baptist Orlando

Michael Woods is the Social Media Manager and Digital Marketer for First Baptist Orlando

Mark Weible serves as Director of Church Planting for Greater Orlando Baptist Association and Strategic Director of Renovate National Church Revitalization Conference. Mark is also the Directional Leader for ReproducingChurches.com