HOW IT WORKS
Option 1: Subdomain on our landing page platform
Option 2: Subdomain on newly created WordPress site
This option means setting up a subdomain and using WordPress. This option will require more custom web development work, so will be costlier than Option 1. This works great for Felt Needs SEO Content when it is impractical to work in a churches domain and when the church wants to develop a lot of Felt Needs content that is highly customized (as opposed to choosing from our Library).
Option 3: Subdirectory on churches domain
This approach entails adding custom landing pages directly onto a church’s domain. Again, this is a highly customized option, that will require increased levels of web development, and is, therefore, costlier to Option 1. This option works great for Felt Needs SEO Content when a church wants customized content in their main domain.
Option 4: Subdomain on a Missional Marketing domain
This option uses a missionalmarketing landing page platform and domain (www.churchmissional.com). This approach works best for very small churches who are running one-time campaigns and simply need a quick landing page for that purpose.
- The URL of your church’s main domain.
- The purpose and call-to-action of the Landing Page.
- The email address of your staff member that is to receive form notifications.
- Description of the advertising campaign(s) it will be used for.
- When they are concerned about giving a login to a 3rd party agency.
- When their Content Management System is devoid of SEO tools.
- When their Content Management System requires specialized coding knowledge.
- When they are planning a complete rebuild of their website.
Adding landing pages to your site will require some alteration of your DNS settings, and the setting up of a CNAME. You can find instructions on how to do this below.