Monday, May 03, 2010

What if Starbucks Marketed Like a Church? Top Ten Tips on How to Market YOUR Ministry


The information age and the digital revolution has changed everything, even the way we pick a church.  If the Church does not meet the needs of its members, like anything else, it will soon be out of business.

Yes, ministry is an industry. Pastor and religious leaders must not only know how to pray for members but also keep them engaged and coming back to service.  And if they come back, will members bring guests?

When members bring or invite guests to church, that's creating buzz. When members are excited about their church, it shows that the church is marketing correctly. (Note: I'll be speaking at Greater Grace at their Pastors and Church Leaders conference: see info below)

Here are some church marketing ideas: Ten Tips on How to Market Your Ministry Today

DON'T DO IT LIKE THIS! See this video
 

See www.PamPerryPRCoach.com too and join www.ChocolatePagesNetwork.com!



Missed this Social Media Marketing seminar? Get the Handbook & mp3s at www.pamperrypr.com

Greater Grace Temple 2010 Pastors & Church Leaders Conference


Whether you’re a pastor, ministry leader, church staff member or just someone interested in ministry, the 2010 Pastors and Church Leaders Conference is designed just for you.

Held on May 5-7 at Greater Grace Temple located in Detroit, Michigan, this year's conference consists of anointed speakers and "how-to" informational sessions; a power-packed gathering from start to finish. It offers innovative and proven ministry methods that you and your staff can employ immediately. Be a part of it and let it change your ministry. Indeed, let it change your life. We’ll have workshops and demonstrations on scores of ministries, plus handouts and resource materials.

This year's conference features Pastor Jamal Bryant, Tim Slaughter, Bishop Noel Jones, a special VIP luncheon for pastors, and a special encore presentation of Bishop Charles Ellis' latest illustration sermon, Angels and Demons.

PR Coach & Social Media Expert, Pam Perry doing a workshop at Greater Grace on Friday, May 7 at 11 a.m. on Branding and Social Media. 

For more information on how you can register, log onto http://ggtpastorsconf2010.homestead.com/index.html
Greater Grace Temple 2010 Pastors & Church Leaders Conference - Detroit, Michigan

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