Top 10 Christian Web Trends Posts of 2011

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Written by Paul Steinbrueck

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best of 2011We’ve come to the final weekday of 2011, which makes it a good time to look back on all the great conversations we’ve had here on Christian Web Trends.

According to Google Analytics, 78,000 different people visited this blog over the course of the past year.  Wow!  Thanks so much to all of you who read, commented, shared, and even guest posted this past year.

This is the 213th post we’ve published this year.  I thought it’d be interesting to go back and look at the 10 most read Christian Web Trends posts of 2011.

10) Less Clutter, Less Noise – The Group Blog Project

9) 8 Things Pastors SHOULD Do on Facebook

8) 7 Ways to Engage with People on Your Church Facebook Page

7) Social Media for Pastors and Church Planters Webinar Video, Slides and Resources

6) Church Mobile App Survey Reveals What Church Members Want in an App

5) 5 Reasons Churches Should Use Social Media

4) 18 Ways Pastors Can Ruin their Reputation on Facebook

3) QR Codes: 10 Ways Churches Can Use Them

2) Video: What If Twitter Was Around at the 1st Easter?

And the #1, most read Christian Web Trends post of 2011 is…

What is a QR Code? (and 4 other things you should know about them)

Which was the most impactful post on Christian Web Trends in 2011 for you?  If you blog, what was the most popular post on your blog?

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Paul Steinbrueck

Paul Steinbrueck is co-founder and CEO of OurChurch.Com, husband, father of 3, blogger. You can follow him on Twitter at @PaulSteinbrueck.


  • How can Christian Retailers do a better? We are blogging and facebooking and tweeting but don't seem to get business from it.

    Interestingly the most 'popular' posts are more inspirational than religious.


    • Hi Kati, yes, we don't blog specifically about faith issues. We blog to help Christians accomplish their missions online so we blog about how to apply technology in ministry.

      How can Christian Retailers do it better? That's a great question and a very big question that can't fully be addressed here. My first suggestion would be to find retailers who are using social media well. Don't copy them, but watch them closely and see what you can learn from them and experiment with.

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