The year was 1996, and AOL announced it would offer a flat monthly fee for dial-up internet. The modern internet era was born.
At that time, many churches and other organizations were waiting to see if the internet was just a fad, or here to stay. Now, more than two decades after dial-up connectivity, that question has been laid to rest. More than 80% of U.S. homes now have at least one computer, and there are presently two smartphones in use for every person on the planet.
A good website used to be optional. Now it's a necessity.
And trends show we are only becoming more connected. With the blossoming of the internet, the advent of social media, and computers literally in our pockets, people look to and trust the web for information--where to go, what to do, and even what to believe.
This is where you come in.