DISRUPT Media Participates in World’s Largest Funeral Service Convention and Expo
DISRUPT Media will feature their exclusive 4-step FUNERAL Social Design Process at the National Funeral Directors Association’s (NFDA) International Convention & Expo, which will take place October 18-21 in Indianapolis, Ind. NFDA’s annual convention is the world’s largest gathering of funeral directors and helps attendees achieve more in their businesses.
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. DISRUPT Media is the creator of an exclusive four part FUNERAL Social Design Process. Our process is what enables DISRUPT Media to claim that we are the funeral profession’s only full-service social media management firm. Our clients who are a part of our FUNERAL Social Design Process are seeing an increase in post reach and engagement of over 300%.
DISRUPT Media works with funeral homes and companies spanning the globe.
What do our clients say:
“DISRUPT Media is the leading company that focuses specifically on social media for the deathcare industry. Ryan Thogmartin and his team have extensive expertise talking about a difficult subject online with compassionate, compelling posts. No one else in the industry has their depth of knowledge and skill. FPG is proud to partner withDISRUPT to be leading edge in the industry.”
Brad Rex, President and CEO of Foundation Partners Group
“DISRUPT Media has demonstrated substantial results for their clients and helped drive engagement and visibility throughout social media platforms, especially Facebook. In just one month, consumer ‘Likes’ of the BeRemembered.com Facebook page have increased by 56 percent and engagement is also increasing. DISRUPT Media has shown time and time again that they understand the science and art of reaching and engaging on-line audiences.”
Vice President of Marketing and Product Development at BeRemembered.com
The NFDA International Convention & Expo is the world’s largest gathering of funeral directors. This annual event features workshops and seminars, an expo, and social and networking events to help funeral professionals develop strategies for success in an ever-changing marketplace. The latest information about the 2015 NFDA Convention can be found by visiting the Convention website, www.nfda.org/indy2015.
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