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Using Wordpress? Need some help?

Using Wordpress? Need some help?
By Church Communications • Issue #54 • View online
Hey y’all!
We have another great free resource for those of you who use WordPress brought to you by WPChurch.Team.
First, the WPChurch.Team thought you might be interested in their report on “Essential Plugins (And Theme Options)” for your church’s website. It’s 100% free—no downloads or opt-in required. Click here for the free download.
Secondly, the WPChurch.Team are offering 21-days of unlimited fixes on your church or ministry website for the first 10 churches who sign up—just in time for Easter (or for your regular weekly needs).
Fill out a secure form and they will get to work within a few hours.
Here are some things you can get done.
  • Lite customization to a plugin to get the specific action you need.
  • Speed up your site as you anticipate higher traffic.
  • Make small design tweaks (CSS tweaks/edit the php page template)
  • Color or font changes, solve alignment or formatting issues
  • Install a new plugin (for signups or events—something like that)
And for everyone else who is interested but missed the initial offer, as a Church Communications member you will still get the same 21 days of unlimited fixes and help with your WordPress website for $0-down, cancel anytime. Coupon is shown automatically after the first 10 submissions are met.
The co-founders of WPChurch.Team have co-authored a book on “Digital Strategy” that I was glad to write the foreward on. They have a combined 20 years of Wordpress experience, run the largest “WordPress for Churches” Facebook group, have worked with small and large churches around the world, and even have a few free WP plugins in the WP repository.
If your church uses WordPress, and requires small changes to your website, these are the guys who can help you out!
This email was sponsored by WP.Church Team. We love the work they do. We hope this offer will help out some churches this Easter season.
-Katie and Darrel

WP Church Team offer for Church Communicators
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