DISRUPT Media Selected By BeRemembered.com
Company hires social media agency to help promote legacy storytelling
BeRemembered.com recently selected DISRUPT Media to manage its social media strategy and content management. Using their proprietary FUNERAL Social Design Process, DISRUPT Media is helping Aurora Casket’s BeRemembered.com social networking service to use social media platforms to engage more fully with families that participate in BeRemembered.com.
“DISRUPT Media has demonstrated substantial results for their clients and helped drive engagement and visibility throughout social media platforms, especially Facebook”, stated Marty Strohofer, Vice President of Marketing and Product Development at BeRemembered.com. “DISRUPT Media has shown time and time again that they understand the science and art of reaching and engaging on-line audiences”.
At BeRemembered.com, families can record and share the best memories, stories, and lessons of their lives to share with family and future generations. Through the BeRemembered.com Preferred Partner Program, only available from Aurora, funeral homes can use BeRemembered.com to connect with families in a new way using a variety of materials that help create healing moments for families.
“BeRemembered.com will succeed with social media the same way Aurora Casket has been successful in funeral service for more than 125 years,” said Ryan Thogmartin, President and CEO of DISRUPT Media. “Our job will be to help BeRemembered.com create more on-line space for families to express their passions.”
“In just one month, consumer ‘Likes’ of the BeRemembered.com Facebook page have increased by 56 percent and engagement is also increasing,” commented Strohofer. “Because BeRemembered.com is a consumer resource for sharing stories, pictures, and life lessons, it’s imperative that we engage the enormous audience of established networks like Facebook to help grow the BeRemembered.com brand. In today’s marketplace, social networking and media are vital to a brand’s identity.”
About BeRemembered.com: BeRemembered.com is a free online social networking service. At BeRemembered.com, family members can record how they want to be remembered by their family, friends and future generations. Consumers can record stories, add pictures and videos as well as describe how their end of life funeral events should be conducted. In addition, private messages can be stored that are delivered to loved ones after death. For more information, visit the website at BeRemembered.com.
About DISRUPT Media: DISRUPT Media is a full service social media management and content agency dedicated to the funeral profession. Started by Ryan Thogmartin, DISRUPT Media provides creative ideas and a simple plan to produce a social media presence that is completely unique for each client. For more information, call DISRUPT Media at 740.617.0599 or visit the website at www.FUNERALSocial.com
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