FrontRunner Professional announces exclusive strategic partnership with DISRUPT Media
FrontRunner Professional announced today its strategic partnership with DISRUPT Media, the funeral profession’s dedicated social media provider, founded by Ryan Thogmartin of Connecting Directors.
This new partnership will forge the development of the new “Socially Acceptable™ social media program designed to set a new and higher online standard for the funeral profession. The program will be available exclusively through FrontRunner Professional to their clients.
DISRUPT Media is a full service social media agency for social strategy and complete social media management for businesses. They help funeral professionals, worldwide; interact with today’s consumers by truly embracing the Internet and engaging in conversations about their funeral business online.
“When designing our Social Media Design Process for Funeral Homes, we put a lot of focus on making the process easy to understand and easy to integrate with a funeral home’s website presence. By partnering with Frontrunner, we are able to directly distribute our social media strategy process to some of the most progress funeral homes who already have a leading web presence through a trusted brand and leader in the funeral profession. The ability to use our social media strategy process in conjunction with Frontrunner Web Solutions to immediately connect and interact with consumers is a critical component to success for a funeral home’s online marketing presence.” Says Ryan Thogmartin, president of DISRUPT Media.
“For years, I have watched Ryan’s dedication to our great profession and am thrilled to bring our two companies together to provide a program unlike anything available on the market today” says Kevin Montroy, Founder and CEO of FrontRunner Professional. “Today’s consumers are changing, and funeral professionals need to adopt technology strategies to change with them.”
For more information on FrontRunner Professional and DISRUPT Media contact FrontRunner at 1-866-748-3625 or online at www.FrontRunnerPro.com/SociallyAcceptable or email Ryan Thogmartin at email@example.com
Go to http://funeralsocial.com to find out more about the services we offer. Our clients who are apart of our FUNERAL Social Design Process are seeing an increase in post reach and engagement of over 300%.
Ryan is also the founder of ConnectingDirectors.com. ConnectingDirectors.com is the leading online daily publication for funeral professionals with a reader base of over 45,000 of the most elite and forward-thinking professionals in the profession. With ConnectingDirectors.com Ryan has created a global community through an online platform allowing funeral professionals to Stay Current. Stay Informed and Stay Elite.
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