FuneralOne?s Memorial Website 2.0
Coming August 17th ? Register now and mark your calendars for this important event. On Tuesday, August 17th at 3:00 PM EST the CEO and founder of funeralOne, Joe Joachim will be conducting a webinar exclusively for Carriage businesses to introduce the NEW Memorial Website 2.0
The new Memorial Website 2.0 will engage users by providing access on the memorial homepage to a host of items including the obituary, visitation and service information as well as condolences on the Tribute Wall. The new Memorial Websites will give users a new simplistic ?one-step? method of posting condolences and photos. Users can now share and connect with others who have posted to the Tribute Wall by posting a reply to condolences and photos posted by others. Social media friendly, when Memorial Website users post a condolence or photo the Memorial Website allows them to link their posting back to their Facebook wall where other friends can connect and share the same experience.
This is an event you will not want to miss! You can register here.
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