October finished out as the best month for traffic.
Word continues to get out as the reputation and reach of EvangelismCoach grows.
The trend is that more people are digging into more pages with each and every visit. The growth of page views per visit encourages me.
While I have nothing to bench mark this against (I’ve not yet found similar evangelism training blogs that appeal to both mainline and evangelical groups), the growth rate has exceeded my expectations.
The number of EvangelismCoach feed subscribers (Grab my feed) continues it’s growth as well, though a little chart is not easily available.
Our Free Evangelism Tips Newsletter continues to add subscribers on a daily basis as well.
Top 5 articles for October:
- Ideas for Church Visitor Welcome Packets
- 10 Ideas for Church Visitor Gifts
- Welcome Church Visitor Series
- 10 Practices to Welcome Church Visitors (Part 1)
- 6 Hints for Welcoming Visitors
I’ve found some other evangelism trainers on-line, but their sites are exclusively about booking them to speak at your event. While I market myself as a speaker for your Evangelism Training event, the focus of this blog is to provide free ongoing evangelism content.
Grab my feed to keep the flow of material from EvangelismCoach to you automatically. Everyone needs a reminder to keep the evangelism flame lit.
This month had a number of people come through the Facebook.
The Church Has Left The Building garnered a lot of discussion in my own profile.
I want to thank each of my loyal readers who has become a Facebook Fan.
Ask Evangelism Coach
Readers continue to submit question via Ask Evangelism Coach. That helps me to know the burning questions on your mind and helps me target some specific answers to your questions. I try to always answer via email, and sometimes these turn into articles here.
- What is the best way to start an evangelistic conversation?
- Should I focus on my friends or strangers?
We’ve added a new service this past month that provide some travel-free coaching via telephone.
I’m grateful to my readers for their ongoing support. I’ve even set up a page where you can Encourage Us with your comments!
Over the next few weeks, you’ll see a site redesign coming to make this more useful and more user friendly.
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