Easter Marketing Poll

April 19, 2006 by

What is your church doing to draw people in for Easter this year?Last week we asked about Easter marketing. Extra services or special programs, word of mouth and advertising were the most popular methods (23%, 22% and 21% respectively).

The results are fairly similar to Christmas marketing. Extra services or special programs seems to be the popular way to approach holidays (23% for Easter, 24% for Christmas), though for Easter word of mouth and advertising were used almost as much (22% and 21%), but the percentage of both dropped for Christmas (15% for both). Though it’s probably not very accurate to directly compare the Christmas and Easter polls.

This week we ask about buzz marketing.

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Kevin D. Hendricks

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