Example #1 - Church Marketing
This postcard is shown for illustration purposes only. It covers the
basics to give you ideas for your
1. Who are you? Provide
church name, address, phone, website, graphic symbol, name of leader or
welcome staff member.
are you? Show
a map at website or on postcard, give GPS
coordinates or give directions (e.g. between Thornton & Central,
across from ####).
Hand-written is most personal.
4. Call to action. Tell them what to do, e.g. "Just drop
in" or "Join us at
9 a.m. on Sundays . . ." or "Visit our website to hear a message from
the Smith family/ see upcoming events/ see photos of . . ./ watch a
. . ." Create curiosity or offer helpful information.
5. Be careful with incentives, i.e.
free gift. Sometimes self-interest helps, and sometimes it
backfires. Try to put yourself in the shoes of your target audience.
6. Other resources -
Church marketing tips
Postal requirements for postcards