15 Surprising Things Slowing Down Your Church’s Site

Your site’s performance is just as important as the content. If there are things slowing down your church’s site, visitors might not stick around long enough to view or read anything. The bad part is it can be something incredibly simple preventing your site from loading as fast as it should. Or, it may be a more complex issue. The main thing is to discover the problem and fix it as soon as possible. The faster your site loads and the fewer errors visitors encounter, the better your site will perform overall. Test Your Site Speed The first step is …

Everything You Need To Know About Church Website Security

Having a successful church website takes work, but it’s well worth it to expand your reach. Part of the job is taking care of church website security. Sadly, it’s not quite as simple as figuring out what to blog about next or making sure your latest sermon uploads correctly. You also have to worry about cybercriminals causing trouble for your church and your site users. While there isn’t any way to 100% protect a website, you can take certain steps to prevent attacks and hacks. The harder it is to infiltrate your site, the safer you are. Understand Your Risks …

7 Ways To Make Church Website Maintenance Easier

Church website maintenance is just as crucial as any other part of your site. Think of it as regular oil changes to keep your car running smoothly. Glitches and problems with your church’s site could turn visitors away. You could also ruin the reputation of your church if visitors get a virus or their private information is stolen. Luckily, regular maintenance isn’t difficult once you get the hang of it. The biggest challenge is just getting started. 1. Divide And Conquer The first step is to divide and conquer. It’s almost impossible for a single person to do it all. …

6 Tools To Ensure The Safety Of Your Church Website

The safety of your church website is paramount to building a good reputation with visitors and search engines. Safety and security are often overlooked parts of website maintenance, especially for smaller sites. The problem is, hackers don’t care about the size of your site. They love stealing resources, lifting user data and using sites to pass on malware to unsuspecting visitors. All it takes is a little regular maintenance to protect your church community and potential new members. Besides, no one wants to deal with the cleanup after a site’s been hacked. 1. Use Backup Software No matter what else …