Church Marketing Lab: Seeing Improvement

September 11, 2009 by

We always talk about how the community of the Church Marketing Lab can help improve your communications work. Well, how about we prove it? Check out how these pieces have been improved thanks to feedback in the Lab:

Ice Cream "Social" (help!)
Round one of Ice Cream Social

Ice Cream: Round 2
And the finished project.

Bring a friend
First try at a promotional reminder to bring a friend…

And the end result.

watermelon bash
The first of a few tries at a graphic for a Watermelon Smash

4th Try. Watermelon Smash
And finally, round four of the same idea.

Maybe you should check out the Church Marketing Lab today!

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Joshua Cody

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One Response to “Church Marketing Lab: Seeing Improvement”

  • Toyo Hashi
    September 13, 2009

    Since the topic is about communications, here is an interesting use of new technology to reach congregation members. The example I found is a web-based virtual church. It is supposed to be more popular than Second Life, because it does not require any special computer system. Opinions?

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