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Case Study: How PastorsLine increased the church member response rate by 700%!

By Jason Alexis | May 17, 2022

PastorsLine (PL) is a revolutionary software. By revolutionary, we mean that we have changed the way churches reach out to their members forever. Many of our customers testify to the significant increase in response rate they have experienced since they began using PastorsLine Eddy Perez, one of our beloved clients, reached out to let us…

How to Exponentially Increase your First-time Visitor Return Rate

How to Exponentially Increase your First-time Visitor Return Rate

By Jason Alexis | November 27, 2019

Recently, Mike Lovato of Magnolia Church shared the following story with us in our PastorsLine Facebook group. It was about how his use of personalized, automated texting made a HUGE difference in the responses he got to a message he sent out. We will also share the exact templates he used and why it worked…

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Bulk Text Messaging for Churches: Best Practices

By Jason Alexis | January 24, 2019

To the utter surprise of many of us, mass texting is the future of church marketing. Yes! Not email marketing, not phone marketing, and definitely not cold calls. Sounds intimidating? Well, let’s have a look at the reason behind this. Out of all the modes of messaging, text messages have an incomparable opening rate—98% as…

short and long codes explored

SMS text messaging, short and long codes explored

By Jason Alexis | February 14, 2018

There’s a lot of discussion about which of the two opt-in choices is better—shortcodes or longcodes. Just in case you are new to all this… Members and visitors must opt-in to be able to receive text messages sent by service providers. To do this, most service providers use what are called ‘shortcodes’ or ‘longcodes’. Shortcodes,…

So, texting in churches? Where are we now?

So, texting in churches? Where are we now?

By Jason Alexis | January 24, 2017

You’ve most likely heard A LOT about including text messaging as part of a church communications plan. Some of what you’ve heard is in favor of including texting and some is against. It can seem a bit confusing. As a result of the confusion, You might not be using text because you mistakenly think it…