Working Your Way Up From The Bottom with Death Care Marketing Mogul, Ryan Thogmartin of Disrupt Media Part 1
Many of my followers and friends have asked how I got into the death care space. Now is the time to share. This is my story. Definitely, the most open and transparent I have ever been. Would love to read your thoughts below.
In the current world where we live having a social media presence and website is crucial. In this interview, I talk with Ryan Thogmartin from DISRUPT Media who doesn’t do social media marketing for your average business. Ryan explains how he was tricked into the funeral profession, worked his way from the bottom, (no pun intended) saw a huge need for helping funeral homes and now runs the largest social media marketing company in the world for clients in the death care space. It’s a fascinating interview with a really great business man, husband, father and Christ follower.
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