Why Investing Exclusively in One-Way Advertising No Longer Makes Sense

March 25, 2015
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A recent Internet advertising bureau study indicated that 90% of consumers, after interacting with a business on social media, would recommend the business to others. To put it another way…if you have online conversations with your potential clients, they are more likely to choose you when they have a need for your funeral-based services.

So, 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?

Social media provides the most cost effective way for you to engage in two-way advertising. Traditional methods of promoting your funeral home may still have some value, but the fast-paced, Internet based world of today demands that you shift your spending to more effective means. Consider this graphic:

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Now 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?

A little research on Google yielded the following information:

The decline in access to static, one-way advertising sources is an obvious indicator that you need to invest more time and resources there when trying to get the attention of consumers.

If you find yourself lacking in the time or know-how to make this happen, you can turn to the experts at DISRUPT Media. We are the only full-service social media agency specifically catering to the funeral profession. Go to http://funeralsocial.com to find out more about the services we offer. Our clients who are a part of our FUNERAL Social Design Process are seeing an increase in post reach and engagement of over 300%.

Mark Thogmartin

Mark Thogmartin

VP of Business Development at DISRUPT Media
Dr. Mark Thogmartin is a life-long educator, working with students from Kindergarten through the doctoral level. He has degrees from the University of Kentucky, the Ohio State University, and Andrews University. Mark's book, Teach a Child to Read with Children's Books, has gained wide acceptance among reading tutors and parents who are teaching their children at home. In addition to assisting his son, Ryan, at DISRUPT Media as Vice President of Business Development, he works part-time as a mentor of doctoral students at Capella University. Mark and his wife Donna live in Millersport and are the parents of three adult sons and two beautiful granddaughters.
Mark Thogmartin
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