In many parts of the United States, people actively use the internet to gain information. Though I know some who do not use the internet much, it is the way most search out information about almost anything.
I am amazed at how many neglected web sites and Facebook pages there are for churches, Awana clubs, children’s and other ministries. Generally they are neglected because the one person who saw the benefit has left, and no one has stepped up to maintain it, someone shared the importance of a web site, Facebook page, etc, but no one ever caught the vision, or other similar reason. Sometimes, people just see it as just too difficult.
There is now a way for you to have a quality web site at minimal cost that is fairly easy to maintain without a lot of knowledge about web sites. It is called….
Here is what one Awana missionary tweeted about it….
— Taylor Lassiter (@TaylorLassiter) August 4, 2014
I was given a demo site to “play with” and see how the site works. I was able to view it, go through some of the administration functions, edit it and basically run it through its paces. The easiest way to show you how to edit content is to share the video they produced about it.
You can view other videos about the site on their YouTube channel.
I found the site easy to edit key information, to add events, etc. You are limited to the one layout.
If you are considering providing information to your families via the internet with a website but aren’t sure how, then I would encourage you to take a look at Quick Club Sites, get a free trial and run it through its paces. If you do, tell them “Commander Bill” sent you 🙂
Note: I do not receive any compensation for referrers to QuickClubSites.com. They have sponsored e-mails, but this post is not part of the advertising “package”. I am simply sharing a new resource for your club. QuickClubSites is a 3rd party vender and is not affiliated with Awana