As many of you might already be aware, one of the services we offer here at The Digital Shore is home video tours. We partner with real estate agents and private renters to provide video tours that highlight the best aspects of any home. These tours can be used on websites or apps like Zillow to give customers a greater insight into potential properties. Video home tours are not the only media tools available to showcase a property, so it seemed like a good time to discuss these options on the blog this month.Read More
This month has been an exploration into different media and design related items in the church. There are always trends that pop up in these areas, and part of the struggle is deciding which of these trends and updates are worth using, especially for ministries. During our first week of this series we discussed the necessity of weekly bulletins, and last week we broke down the details of connect cards. This week we are wrapping up our series with a look at church apps.Read More
Churches are not exactly known for keeping with the times or consciously evaluating what does or doesn’t work. It’s all too easy to get stuck on what has worked in the past, which has inspired us to explore some current media-related staples in ministries today. Last week we began with deconstructing the weekly church bulletin, which included a look at improvements and alternatives. So, today we’ll be looking at the frequently used connection card.
Different types of connection cards are utilized in churches every week. Sometimes they are geared toward first-time visitors, and others are geared toward volunteer opportunities. We’re going to break down the different functions of the card, whether they are still needed today, and ways to improve them.Read More