How Can Your Church Reach People in This Smart Phone, Digital Age?
Join us for a FREE webinar to find out how your church can use the internet to evangelize, promote your events and reach more people for Christ in this smart phone, digital age.
Join Jason Hanson, Church Leader and Digital Marketing Expert, together with 30 year Christian Media Expert Carl DiMaria, on Thursday February 25, 2016 at 12:15p PST as they discuss:
1. Why you are not showing up on the first page of search and how to fix that
2. How to reach your local community where they are communicating, researching and making life decisions
3. How to target your message and reach people by neighborhood, lifestyle, life stage, city and interests
For more information: please call Jason Hanson at (510) 222-4242 x 120
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Jason Hanson: Believes in the power of words to inspire, persuade and move people to action. Working in the advertising and marketing industry, he is privileged to have worked with clients such as Jamba Juice, Sutter Health, Church of the Highlands, Allstate Insurance, The Masters College and many local San Francisco area ministries. In this information-saturated digital age, Jason has a passion to help local ministries and businesses listen, formulate and communicate their message for the purpose of moving people to action.
Jason and his wife, Tiffany, also serve in the youth ministry at Community Bible Church in Vallejo and have two boys, Maverick and Greyson.
Carl DiMaria: Believes in the power of traditional and digital media to evangelize for the cause of Christ and to grow healthy churches through impactful media outreach. He has worked with hundreds of ministries of every size over a 30-year career in Christian media, such as Focus on the Family, Thru the Bible (Dr. J. Vernon McGee), Turning Point (David Jeremiah), In Touch Ministries (Charles Stanley), A New Beginning (Greg Laurie), and Enjoying Everyday Life (Joyce Meyer). Carl lives in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains, 20 miles south of Denver with his wife, Megan. He’s a member of Crossroads Community Church and enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren.