We wanted to create a custom site that really showcased the family atmosphere that Loop 287 embodies. The church also had a massive library of resources that would not only help drive traffic, but could also serve as a virtual “library” for online visitors.
After the site was constructed, we worked with a professional designer to craft a logo that the church could use on all appropriate branding, and, along with pictures that the church took during a real worship service, the finished product showed
a commitment to truth, family, and God.
The church also wanted to replace their physical bulletin, which had nearly 900 monthly recipients. An online mail service was set up that dramatically cut costs and increased speed of delivery, and Loop 287 has since been able to re-allocate that money to increase preacher support as well as paid advertisements that increase awareness in the local area. Search results have increased, Facebook engagement has skyrocketed, and the Loop is well positioned to capitalize on potential leads.