Ryan is the founder of Church Marketing University, where he helps churches all over the world get more visitors each week. He and his wife, Amy, and daughter, Katelyn, are a part of Summit Park Church in Kansas City, Missouri. Ryan has many years of experie... read more
75 Easter Marketing Tips for Churches
YOUR EASTER MARKETING GOALS:
✔Best stewardship of resources ($ & time)
✔Reach maximum number of people
✔Long term impact and discipleship
Sounds like a high bar — and it is! Let Church Marketing University guide you through the Easter marketing strategy, planning process, and methods to meet all three goals without the craziness that comes from trying everything and hoping something works!
Why should you start planning Easter with Mother’s Day? What is vomit-marketing and how do you avoid it? What does ordering your burritos online have to do with church marketing? And why does Walmart put their Easter candy on the shelves way before Easter?
The CMU Easter Tips one-minute videos will answer all of these questions and more. This series does more than just teach you how to market your church, it gives you a marketing mindset to help you understand the why behind every method and action. These short videos can help your church reach more people this Easter, but even more importantly, they can help you lay the groundwork for long-term impact in the lives of people you reach.
75 tips — where do you start and how do you take it all in? Here’s a viewer’s guide to get you started with first things first – the strategy and plan – and then move you through the methods.
GET THE STRATEGY
Tip #2 Surround It In Prayer
Tip #3 Thoughts On Branding
Tip #4 Start Early (ASAP)
Tip #5 Start with Mother’s Day
Tip #17 Marketing Timeline Basics
Tip #25 Why Photography Is So Important
Tip #27 Free Planning Checklist
Tip #6 Personal Invites
Tip #20 Create A Central Photo File
Tip #21 Get The Word Out For Free
Tip #33 Boost The Power Of Social Media
Tip #34 Reaching Your Neighbors
Tip #36 Ideas To Make It Fun For Kids
Tip #37 Strategic Kids’ Gift Ideas
Tip #38 Strategic Visitor Gift Ideas