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Is Your Website… Mobile or Bust?
Posted by Paul Steinbrueck on 01 March 2016 12:23 PM

Smartphones and tablets now combine for more than half of all digital media use.  If your website is not mobile-friendly, you are missing out on half your audience.

Unfortunately, the templates we currently provide in our NE1 Website Builder are not mobile-friendly. This is one of the biggest factors that led us to develop our new WP-EZ Website builder.

Is WordPress Mobile-Friendly?

You might be surprised.  Continue reading Is Your Website... Mobile or Bust?

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What Could Be Better than WordPress?
Posted by Paul Steinbrueck on 23 February 2016 12:59 PM

Mark has been writing an excellent series of blog posts, "Why WordPress is a Great Website Platform for You!" but now I want to tell you why WordPress may not be a great website platform for you by pointing out some of its short-comings.

And I'm going to explain how the the new website builder we're developing will have the benefits of WordPress but not its short-comings.

Continue reading... What Could be Better Than WordPress?

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Big News! We’re Developing a New Website Builder and Need Your Input!
Posted by Paul Steinbrueck on 10 February 2016 11:59 AM

It's time to let the cat out of the bag...

OurChurch.Com is developing a brand new website builder to replace our NE1 Website Builder, and we need your input ot make it the best possible web builder that meets your needs.

Please take this extremely short, 4 question survey

Why a New Website Builder?

Click to continue reading and discuss your ideas & suggestions for the new website builder!

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New Mobile-Friendly cPanel Theme & Tutorial Videos
Posted by Paul Steinbrueck on 15 January 2016 02:46 PM

cPanel video tutorialsWe here at OurChurch.Com are excited about the opporutnity to help you live out your mission online in 2016!

Once a week for the next several weeks we'll be announcing improvements or future improvements.

The first we want to let you know about is a new mobile-friendly cPanel theme and 28 new cPanel video tutorials that show you how to do many of the most common tasks in cPanel.

Read the full announcement on our blog and let us know if you have any questions or comments!

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New OurChurch.Com Website!
Posted by Paul Steinbrueck on 22 December 2015 11:53 AM

One of our biggest themes throughout 2015 has been the importance of making your website mobile-friendly and responsive so it looks good and functions well on all devices.  We've also blogged frequently about how using Wordpress as the plaform for your website makes that easier to accomplish and provides many other benefits.

Well, I'm excited to announce that this week we took our own advice and launched a brand new OurChurch.Com website.

You view it at OurChurch.Com and read more about why and how we built it here.

What do you think?  Leave us a comment with your feedback.

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You Now Have Better Audio/Videos Functionality In Your Website
Posted by Paul Steinbrueck on 26 November 2014 08:56 AM

Hi OCC Members,

One of the best ways to engage new and regular visitors to your website is with audio and video.  However, one of the biggest barriers that prevents website visitors from being able to listen to audio or watch video on a website is when a plugin is required to be installed in their web browser to listen/watch.  So, we've been working on improvements to our NE1 Web Builder that will enable visitors to expeirence audio and video without a plugin.

Earlier today we distributed the improved audio/video functionality to everyone using the NE1 Website Builder in a Gold, Silver or Bronze account.  If you have a free site, you can get the improved audio/video functionality when you upgrade -

It's important to note... only MP3 audio and MP4 video can be played without a plugin.

Here's a video tutorial that shows how it works:

If you have any questions, just let us know.

In His Service,
Paul Steinbrueck

P.S. We also increased the size of the audio/video files that can be uploaded using the Asset Manager in NE1 to 40 MB (anything bigger than that can be uploaded using FTP.)

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