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MetroSoul 2.0: New Website! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ben Cheek   
Tuesday, 21 August 2007

MetroSoul has just upgraded to a new website!  In the interest of staying current and building an online presence that is more user-friendly to network members and the public, we've redesigned our entire site.  We're now using a Content Management System (CMS) called Joomla! .  It's the largest CMS project in the world right now and it creates and manages great sites.  Church planter Ben Cheek builds websites using this CMS and can be contacted for more information.  Hope you like the new face of MetroSoul!

Our new website draws in content from the various blogs of the network members using RSS technology and Feedgator, an application for Joomla.  Once the content arrives at the site, it is sorted into categories and appropriate content is promoted to the frontpage.  Blurbs for this content can then be sent out in e-mail newsletters or via RSS feeds to enhance other websites.

Our new website includes a email-newsletter handler that should improve MetroSoul's communications with the outside world.  Visitors to the site can sign up for MetroSoul NYC News or the Missional Leadership E-Mag.  The first is designed to keep supporters and friends up-to-date on what's going on inside MetroSoul.  The second is intended for leaders, workers, and ordinary people looking for way to enhance their missional journeys.

The new site also has new features to manage multi-media and video.  Check out our Media section for videos about MetroSoul's work, urban church planting, organic mission methods, and more.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 13 September 2007 )
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