Just Added: Marketing Expert Joins Funeral Service Business Plan Conference Faculty
Welton Hong, the founder of Ring Ring Marketing in San Jose, California, has signed on to join the faculty of the Eleventh Annual Funeral Service Business Plan Conference, which will be Dec. 8-9 at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside in New Orleans.
Hong, who was an engineer before founding Ring Ring Marketing in 2010, will be delivering a presentation titled “How to Increase Call Volume Via Online Marketing.” In his session, he’ll deconstruct the latest strategies in online marketing and explain them in simple terms so that you can use proven techniques to grow your business.
In addition to being the founder of Ring Ring Marketing, Hong is also the author of “Making Your Phone Ring with Internet Marketing for Funeral Homes.”
“We are absolutely thrilled that Welton has joined the other faculty members,” said Thomas A. Parmalee, conference moderator. “It can be a daunting challenge for funeral homes to determine where to spend their marketing dollars and how to convert leads into sales – and I have no doubt that Welton will share valuable information that attendees can use right away.”
To learn more about the Funeral Service Business Plan Conference, visit http://www.kbbizplan.com.
Those who attend the conference can extend their stay by also attending the Sixth Annual Cremation Strategies Conference and the Crematory Operations Certification Program being held in conjunction with CANA.
Visit www.katesboylston.com/events to learn about all of Kates-Boylston’s events or call 800-500-4585 for more information.
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