Tagged: online

What’s a good CTR? Click through rate benchmarks.

Short answer = it depends. Click-through rates (CTR) may be different depending on what kind of an online ad is being used, whether a banner ad, text ad, video ad, animated ad, email links, or whatever else. For managers and executives that...

connecting with multiethnic church bloggers

Looking for active bloggers who are multiethnic church leaders? Why blogs and bloggers? Because they’re most findable via search engines, more sharable with many people on the open internet over a longer period of time, and they [potentially] can say a lot...

find an online church for worship

You can worship in the comforts of your own home or coffeehouse or anywhere there’s a (high-speed) internet connection. Thousands are worshipping online and that number will continue to grow as worship online goes more mainstream. As that happens, more people will...

How real relationships grow online

My article, “How Real Relationships Grow Online” was published in the print edition of INHERITANCE Magazine (May 2010). INHERITANCE is a magazine for Asian American Christian that launched in 2009. You know what to do: read + add your comments below. Open...

Two for Tuesday is free webinars

Next Tuesday, June 29th, I’ll be a part of 2 free webinars! Join me for the one that fits your schedule better. At 8:30am Pacific / 11:30am Eastern, it’s the M2LIVE webinar on How to Champion Web Ministry in Your Church. This...

next gen Southeast Asian Leaders

At SEALS: Southeast Asian Leadership Summit 2010 in San Jose, a conference of 140+ next generation Southeast Asian ministry leaders. Watch the main sessions as they’re being live-streamed. The organizer’s hospitality has been amazing — so encouraged to see the enthusiasm and...

how to put a price tag on coaching and mentoring

Question >> ” what do u think of this paid church coaching trend? is it biblical? Somewhere deep down, I just can’t imagine Paul turning to Timothy and saying I’ll help you for $250 per month? ” djchuang >> I am seeing...