Heal Your Church WebSite


Teaching, rebuking, correcting & training in righteous web design.

August 31, 2007
by meandean
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Too cool for Old School – Sonrise Baptist Church Newnan, GA

I don’t care how cool your seeker-centric, Flash-based church website is, if an individual can’t find it with a typical search engine query, then all that energy in actionscript and video production is lost. Take for example a new resident seeking a place to worship with this simple query: ‘baptist church newnan georgia’ … the result is everything but the overly-slick and entirely unsearchable church website for the Sonrise Baptist Church of Newnan, GA. With that, let’s get into our fast-five analysis: Continue reading

August 23, 2007
by meandean
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5 to ways permanently redirect an old church domain name to a new domain name

It is no sin for a church to change their domain name. However, it is an unspeakable Internet offense if you do not provide visitors – and search engines – with a quick, simple and painless redirect from the old domain to the new. Unfortunately not all church webmasters know even 1 way to avoid said sin, let alone 5; that is until now: Continue reading

August 19, 2007
by meandean
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Dean recommends the Netgear WGPS606 Wireless Print Server

Weekend projects included: finalize kitchen tile job, mulch garden beds, and set-up a second Netgear WGPS606 Wireless Print Server connecting the upstairs printers with the downstairs computers, and visa versa. Moreover my work laptop can now print to both even from the back porch … but not without first re-writing the installation steps. Here’s why and how I did it … Continue reading