Introducing the Church Marketing Bootcamp
Our Church Marketing Bootcamp is a free resource that will put you on the fast track toward church growth. How? By walking you through the top mindset shifts and tools required to communicate well with those who are far from God. You can get free and immediate access here.
If you’re wondering how we could possibly know what your church needs in order to grow, here’s a little background. Before Church Marketing University launched, we took a survey of over 2,000 churches. If you’ve seen our church marketing breakthrough series, then you know we used that data to identify specific indicators that set growing churches apart. In the years since, we’ve walked alongside over 1,000 churches, hearing their stories and what’s made a difference for them as they reach their communities.
We’d love to be able to help your church, too! That’s why we created the Church Marketing Bootcamp. Like you, simply learning about growing churches isn’t interesting to us if it stops there. Many of us have enough knowledge about church growth and communications- what we need are specific action steps!
Specific action steps are exactly what you’ll find in our free Bootcamp. Inside, you’ll discover proven strategies for building awareness of your church & reaching the lost. If you have questions about marketing your church, this is the place to start!
Included in the Free Church Marketing Bootcamp
Want to know what you’re getting when you sign up for the Bootcamp? This section is for you!
Your Church Marketing Questions, Answered.
From understanding the basics of digital marketing to getting the right photos and assessing your website, Ryan‘s coaching in this Bootcamp will set your church up to win for years to come. Here are some of the questions he answers:
- What is a “digital location” and why is it important? (Answer in episode 01)
- Why does my church need more online reviews? (Answer in episode 02)
- How do we get started using photography? (Answer in episode 03)
- Can people searching for “churches near me?” see my church? (Answer in episode 04)
- How can I improve my church’s website? (Answer in episode 05)
- Where can I go if I want to learn more? (Answers in episodes 04 & 05)
- How can we reach more people in our community? (Answer in episode 06)
- Can I change which photos Google highlights in search results? (Answer in the bonus episode)
If you’re ready to get started, you can get free and immediate access to the Bootcamp here.
Study at Your Own Pace
The Church Marketing Bootcamp is designed to last five weeks. However, because the coaching sessions are on-demand, you can work through them at your own pace. That means that if you want to breeze through them in a couple of weeks, you could! If you’d rather take your time and spend 8 or 10 weeks implementing the training, that works too. Whenever you have the time, our Bootcamp will help guide you toward your next step.
Small Changes, Big Impact
One of my favorite parts of the Bootcamp is that each step is easy to implement. In fact, as you watch the episodes you might think, “Will this REALLY make a difference?” However, that simplicity is what makes this course so powerful. Lasting change in organizations isn’t usually the product of heroic efforts. Rather, it’s incremental adjustments over time that lead to sustainable improvement.
Lasting change in organizations isn’t usually the product of heroic efforts. Rather, it’s incremental adjustments over time that lead to sustainable improvement.
Even though we’d all love an overnight fix, we all know that isn’t how life usually works. At first, most churches need to improve a few key areas before they will start seeing more visitors- and that’s a process that takes consistent time and effort.
So, as you’re working through the Church Marketing Bootcamp, don’t despise your small beginnings. If you take each episode and implement it thoroughly, those changes will lead to real-life impact in the lives of people in your community.
In order to reach more people every single week, you have to start somewhere. Why not start with proven techniques for church growth?