[This post is part of a series on Free and Simple Ways to Improve Your Church’s Website]
There are often a lot of small things you can tweak that can make a big difference for your website. In this post I’ll outline a few of those small details that you should be paying attention to.
Small Thing #1: Label Your Pictures
Most of the times visitors to your site will have no clue about the context of the photography on your website. There’s a good chance this is creating confusion for the user. Don’t take for granted that a visitor knows what your pastor looks like, can differentiate the youth service or building from adult service, or understands why there’s a whole bunch of people raising there hands. So if you’re going to feature a photograph that is outside a labeled gallery then give it a short and sweet label in one of the corners. This is also good marketing strategy for your events.