We asked for submissions so that we could put together a new list of ChurchMag’s 30 Top Church Tech Blogs and you guys did not disappoint. With over 25 new submissions, we have never had a more powerful and accurate list (the 2012, 2013, and 2014 lists). The stats have been compiled and the results are in.
How You Should Read The List
ChurchMag’s 30 Top Church Tech Blogs took stats from their website, social media networks, and Google PageRank to come up with a ranked list of the most influential Church tech blogs. While the formula is proprietary, we would love to discuss any parts of the list. The number in parentheses is the score given within the list. The mean score was 102.56 with a standard deviation of 4.66 points.
So how do you read this?
If this is your second or third time, by all means, go back and see where you ranked before. For those new to the list, do not look to see your blog’s rank as high or low on the list, but as the ability to find growth for your blog. While I won’t be sharing the actual numbers for all the line-items for all of the blogs, I would love to work with you individually on some specific areas for growth with your blog if you want to leave a comment below with your email address.
Curious How to Improve for 2016?
While we won’t be giving away our secret sauce in the algorithm, we can meet up with you via Google+ chat or Skype to share some differences that we noticed among the 45+ websites we reviewed for this and identify growth areas. Leave us a comment below if you are interested or shoot me an email or tweet.
Also, if you made it on the list this month, we are giving out Top 30 blog badges to show off to your audience — coming to your inbox shortly!
With further ado, here is the list:
ChurchMag’s 30 Top Church Tech Blogs
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