Well, it’s already 2015. So what should funeral homes do?
We’ve put together a list of tips to help you maximize your funeral home’s Facebook presence and content while still conforming to Facebook’s latest round of algorithm changes.
The way your client families are consuming content is rapidly evolving, and it’s up to funeral homes (you) to make sure your Facebook strategy is also changing with those habits, ensuring success and growth for 2015.
1. Spill “milk” all over your kid’s most prized possession. This splatter (which won’t harm your kid’s computer or anything else) is easily made using glue and soap.
If cinema is a mirror into our collective psyche, then documentaries are the direct representation of who we are. Documentaries run from the absurd to the informative and political and say something about the concerns we hold as human beings. Documentaries are also incredibly powerful tools for social change. Just think about the effect that the movie Blackfish had on SeaWorld sales!
We get asked daily about what certain social media words mean. So we created a FREE White Paper that you can download.
This white paper provides a breakdown of social media buzzwords to help you better understand what all the talk is about. In this white paper you will learn about buzzwords like: Reach, Organic, Engagement, Impressions, Stories and much more!
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Just when we think we have heard it all – we decided to ask 6,500 funeral directors the question; What is the weirdest request you have ever had from a client family? Some of these stories will blow your mind.
A growing national movement to normalize end-of-life discussions among family and friends has gained traction in recent months. As Medicare considers whether to cover such conversations with physicians, The Conversation Project, a Boston-based non-profit, is highlighting the importance of talking openly about dying.
Should you continue to spend the bulk of your advertising dollars on one-way promotions in which there is no opportunity for you to engage with the public?
Consider where your advertising dollars are currently going. Isn’t it time to invest in ads that allow you to engage your public in the forums where they are living and active?
You’ve probably heard the exciting news that the remains of Don Quixote author Miguel Cervantes have likely been found after centuries of being misplaced somewhere in the Convent of the Discalced Trinitarians in Madrid. This fate seems to befall famous historical figures more than you might think—the grave sites of these notable people also went missing for decades or even centuries before being rediscovered.
Imagine the remains of your dearly departed loved one being flushed down the drain. That’s the grisly image Rep. Dick Hamm conjured in a speech on the floor of the Indiana House that helped sink a bill that would have legalized a new alternative to traditional burial. But in doing so, the Richmond Republican also staved off a new source of competition to his two casket manufacturing businesses.
Created especially for small to mid-size funeral home businesses, the new National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) Business Conference will arm funeral professionals with updated, essential business knowledge and tools to ensure growth, profitability and financial strength. It will be held May 6-7 at the association’s headquarters in Brookfield, Wis.