Organizations hire me to help find their digital mojo so they can engage larger audiences, usually starting with a Google Analytics audit.
On this site church webmasters and communications teams running church websites and church social media accounts will find tips, suggestions and lessons. These are drawn from what I’ve learned from my 12 years managing the St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church website (it’s now managed by someone else with a different SEO perspective) and my 20+ years of experience as a professional in-house SEO and SEO consultant. Join the discussion so all of us can enrich our faith communities through technology.
Recent projects include analytics for Healthy Successful Schools and the launch of Diane Tavenner’s book and the National Collaborative for Infants & Children (NCIT) site.
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Thanks for leaving a comment regarding the Papal Zloty Banknotes in Poland on polishtoledo.com blog section.
Just wondering if you recognize “All Souls Day” Nov. 2 as you do All Saints Day on Nov. 1? In Poland both days are only preceeded in importance by Easter and Christmas.
Yes, All Souls Day is recognized here, but not to the extent it is in Poland. My parish holds an annual Mass of Remembrance on that day where parishioners can publicly recognize loved ones who passed away the previous 12 months. See http://www.stcharleschurch.org/events/2005/remembrance.php.
On a personal level, All Souls Day holds special significance for me because my father passed away on that day in 1994.
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