Communications

Most Effective Way to Attract Visitors To Your Church

It’s the most cost-effective method of evangelism. Why? Because most people know and interact with people similar to them.


Mark MacDonald  ·  December 6, 2017

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We know the most effective way to get people to visit your church: word of mouth promotions.

It’s the most cost-effective method of evangelism. Why? Because most people know and interact with people similar to them.

If they like your church, the people around them will probably like the church too.

How do you control word of mouth promotion?

Control what your congregation says about you.

That seems easier said then done. But it’s not that difficult. It all comes down to one thing:

Tell them.

That’s right.

Figure out what the majority of your congregation likes, appreciates, and promotes. Something that’s well done in your church and, hopefully, is unique to your community. Then make sure it’s desired! Do that by researching who lives around your campus

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Communications · Outreach · Website · Blogs & Opinion · Communications Strategy · Growth · All Topics

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mark MacDonald
Is a Bible Teacher, speaker, best-selling author of Be Known For Something, and communication strategist for BeKnownForSomething.com. He empowers churches to become known for something relevant (a communication thread) throughout their ministries, websites, and social media. His book is available at BeKnownBook.com and amazon.com.
Contact Mark MacDonald: mmacdonald@ehpub.com ·  View More by Mark MacDonald


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