Churches love to use sliders on their websites, but data is showing that they are not the best option. Brady explores why sliders are so popular, and why you shouldn’t follow the trend.
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What’s In This Session?
- Defining what a slider is (0:38)
- Of the 1,008 church websites that we tested, 76.1% lacked a primary focal point (1:22)
- Churches love sliders, but why? (1:53)
- Bottom line: prioritize your external audience (3:21)
- Sliders have a clickthrough rate of less than 1% (3:55)
Show Notes & Resources Mentioned
- 3 Reasons To Delete Your Church Website Slider (And What To Replace It With)
- 3 Reasons To Delete Your Church Website Slider (and What To Replace It With)
- Why website sliders aren’t as great as most people think
- Do slideshows work?
- 7 Church Website Page Templates
- Pro Church Tools
- Pro Church Tools on Facebook
- Pro Church Tools on YouTube
- Brady Shearer on Instagram
- Brady Shearer on Twitter
- Alex Mills on Instagram