A Simple Thank You Announces New “Opt-In” Feature for Pre-Need or Other Marketing Leads for Funeral Homes
An important part of the funeral home business is having a solid pre-need or marketing plan, but how does a Funeral Home go about getting those leads?
A Simple Thank You announces their new “opt-in” feature, which provides the Funeral Home with pre-need or other marketing leads for the Funeral Home. When using their Digital Registry iPad application, guests at a service have the ability to “opt-in” and request more information from the Funeral Home. Current use of this “opt-in” feature has upwards of 10% of guests requesting more information from the Funeral Home. Laws regarding spam and telemarketing are very strict and vary from state to state. Being able to customize the “opt-in” wording makes capturing leads simple. Immediately following the services, the Funeral Home will receive an Excel file of any and all guest contact information including those that have “opted- in” looking for more information.
A Simple Thank You provides a free iPad application that captures guest information. This allows them to print the Memorial Pages for the Guest Book, custom Thank You cards, addresses all the envelopes, sends an Excel file to the family of all guest contact information and now provides the Funeral Home pre- need or other marketing leads. If the Funeral Home would like to download the free demo application, they can visit their website www.asimplethankyou.com/funeral or call 800-483-0671 for more information.
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