September is assessment month… and the fifth anniversary of eQuipping for eMinistry! If you would like me to look at your blog this month, I will be happy to give you my assessment. I can only guarantee an assessment for the first twenty Campus Crusade for Christ staff blogs. If I receive requests beyond that, I may or may not be able to get to them, so send an email to e4e at cru dot org with a link to your blog as soon as you read this.
You have a lot of possibilities for a signup form for your MailChimp subscribers. I also have links to show you how to set up your forms.
In addition to focusing on ministry and eMinistry, this particular post fits in with all of the four different emphases in the You-Can-Too series: setting up your database and website, and communicating through social media and MailChimp.
Most blogging platforms make it fairly easy to give your blog the look of a web page. Your simplest solution is to at least have an “About” Page.
I’m sure you’re aware of the growing collaborative nature of the internet (see this Wikipedia explanation of Web 2.0). Many ministry sites are leaving behind passive web sites and moving ahead to involve others in ministry using the internet. If you want to change the world using volunteers and/or disciples who are freely contributing to a project, whether or not you plan to use technology to do it, then I recommend you watch this excellent thirteen-minute Ted talk by Clay Shirky, an expert on the social and economic effects of technology.
Do you need to update the look of your blog or website? This photo of a century-old newspaper looks cluttered to the modern reader; we like lots of white space. Ouch. I […]
Every spring, the blog tour helps you discover Campus Crusade for Christ blogs. We hope you’ll find a new blog that you would like to follow and share with your friends through Facebook and Twitter.
Think about ways that you can use your 404 page to educate, encourage, or entertain. Hopefully your site is organized well enough that people won’t see the page often, but they will eventually — it might as well be a positive experience!
Thank you to all visitors for encouraging the growth of eQuipping for eMinistry (e4e). Because of you, e4e readers, the effort of producing this site has been fruitful and fulfilling. Thank you!
Would you like to add JESUS Film banners to your blog or website to help promote the re-mastered DVD and the 35th anniversary of this CCC ministry? I’ve got complete instructions for you.