5 tips to get your church blog off to a flying start

First things first what is a blog? A blog is a regularly updated website or web page, typically one run by an individual or small group, that is written in an informal or conversational style – WikiPedia In recent years blogs have become more popular than traditional websites. Perhaps this is because their tone and […]

Positioning your ministry on the Internet

There is a term in marketing known as positioning. Positioning is about where a brand chooses to fit in the market in relation to the competition. It’s about occupying a distinct market position in the minds of your target audience. The most basic definition of positioning is: Identifying and attempting to occupy a market niche. Defining the brand and identifying the positioning […]

10 reasons to consider SameVine for your church website

Let me first start by saying there are a number of church website providers that do a great job of getting churches online. The purpose of this post is not to tell you that we are better than any others, the website provider that is best for you depends entirely on your needs. Our aim […]

Top 10 domains for churches (alternatives to .org)

Do you know that your church doesn’t have to stick with a .org for your church website? There are now plenty of alternative domains for churches thanks to the release of a whole host of new domains (your address on the web). Most churches have a .org which is still a great option but most […]

4 Benefits of hiring a professional to build your church website

There are many reasons we launched SameVine, but it was primarily because we noticed that many churches still don’t have a website, and of the church websites that do exist many are poorly designed and developed. Of course there are some great church websites, but unfortunately this tends to be the exception rather than the […]

3 things to consider when choosing your church web address

Your web address is quite simply your address on the Internet Also known as a ‘domain name’ because it  refers to  the area of the Internet that you control, essentially  your domain on the web. There are two parts to your web address, the top-level-domain which is the end of your web address such as […]