How To Build The Perfect Church Plan-Your-Visit Page

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REACHRIGHT Podcast
REACHRIGHT Podcast
How To Build The Perfect Church Plan-Your-Visit Page
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In today’s episode, we discuss how you can build the perfect plan-your-visit page on your church website. 

Almost every visitor will be on your church website before they show up for the first time. 

A good church website should have a page dedicated to visitors. 

 Join us as we discuss the ins and outs of how you should design your plan-your-visit page

We hope this conversation helps your church reach more people and grow.

How To Build The Perfect Church Plan-Your-Visit Page

Write A Great Tagline

A tagline has the power to grab a visitor’s attention immediately. It sets the tone for a visitor and can instantly communicate what matters most at your church.  

Use Engaging Photography

People are drawn naturally to photography. You can communicate more about your church with photos than you could with a few lines of text. The adage is true; A picture is worth a thousand words. 

Create A Welcome Video

A welcome video from your team helps people get over the hump of apprehension. Attending a church for the first time can be scary, but it helps visitors feel comfortable right away if we get this right. 

Build a FAQ

A Frequently Asked Question section helps visitors get the answers to questions they are almost certainly asking. But it is more than that. It is another chance for you to tell your church’s story.  

Provide Information About Kids

Parents need to know that their kids will be loved and cared for before they are willing to visit your church. Make sure that is communicated clearly on the page. Even better, give parents a space to pre-register their kids. 

Don’t Forget the Details

Your plan-your-visit page needs to include all the critical info a visitor needs. Don’t forget to have your service times, location information, and a map with a link to Google Maps.

Ask People To Respond

As with everything you do online, you need to ask people to respond. A let-us-know-you’re-coming page is a powerful tool. Not everyone will fill it out, but you will find those that do are much stickier. 

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