Your website is not just a big library of stuff. It is also a shopfront. Using a website well, means figuring out which stuff you want to jump out to people when they visit it. This is called 'featured content'.
There are some simple ways to do this on your website, and if you get stuck, just complete the Support Request form for help!
- Have an automatic 'current content' area: We normally set up websites to have the most recent sermon appear somewhere on the front page of your... View more
Last November the Vision 100 IT Team 'board' (Christian de Kievit, Mikey Lynch, Jason Imms and Alan Reader) went away for a night and a day to think through what is in store for the future of Vision 100 IT.
There was lots of coffee, unhealthy snacks and we filled a whiteboard with Mikey's illegible handwriting ten times over. Out the end we figured out a way forward for the Vision 100 IT Team. We believe we are doing something unique that can serve not only The Vision 100 Network, but churches... View more
Just wanted to keep you updated on some exciting developments for Vision 100 IT, we've now moved all of our websites to the cloud, specifically Amazon EC2 services, which you can now say that your churches/ministries are cloud-hosted. That should keep you going with geek-cred for at least the next few months ;)
What does it mean?
- From your end, logging in, adding sermons etc., nothing should change, and hopefully you should see no change to the running of your websites. If you have do hav... View more
Recently, V100IT launched a new website for our newest client Christian Reformed Church of Kingston!
You can visit this website at www.crckingston.org
It contains our latest ideas on sermons, events and published documents.
Check out some of our other websites:
The Vision 100 IT team has recently added the ability to Podcast into our arsenal of tools.
What does this mean for you? Everyone is podcasting. It has become a mainstream way of distributing audio and video content, and is definitely something your church members will take advantage of. It’s a great way to keep your member and others who can’t be with you up to speed with your current preaching series.