A great synagogue website inspires visitors to imagine themselves becoming a part of your congregation. It has the power to help your Jewish community grow and thrive. See who made this years list.
It’s almost time for our annual “best synagogue websites” list and we need your help. We are looking for great synagogue websites. Can you help?
While we may have officially celebrated the new year three months ago, another kind of new year is upon us. As you’re busy making (or already breaking) your personal New Year resolutions for 2019, now is a great time to extend a little self-care to your synagogue’s website.
We took a look at how similar niches, in particular, Christian churches, use their websites as a marketing tool. What we discovered surprised us and we came away with new ideas as to how synagogues can build a better website.
eCommerce is booming and starting an online store is easier than ever. Yet, synagogues have not embraced this change. Now, with the recent debut of the online Landau Gift Box, Har Zion Temple, Penn Valley, PA is at the forefront of this revolution.
Within seconds of landing on your homepage, visitors are making snap-judgment decisions about your congregation. Let’s make that first impression a good one by avoiding these 10 synagogue website mistakes.
Think of your homepage as akin to the cover of a book. Much like how an appealing cover entices a reader to start reading, your homepage serves to encourage website visitors to dive in for more information.
In their original printed form, these flyers were perfect. Bright text artfully positioned on top of engaging images that grab your congregants attention. But, when the same flyers are added to your homepage problems abound.
Recently we sat down with renowned author, educator and inspirational speaker, Dr. Ron Wolfson to discuss synagogue websites, the importance of storytelling and the downside to giving things away for free.
Imagine selling your Judaica round-the-clock. Day and night! 24/7! Sounds good, right? However, one question remains – what happens on Shabbat? Can a synagogue’s online store remain open on Shabbos?