MortuaryMall.com Now Offers Content and Copywriting Services
Wilton, Connecticut – Edward Bergin, founder of MortuaryMall.com, is pleased to make it easy for funeral home owners and operators, suppliers, and service providers to hire a seasoned writer to craft their promotional content. “I’m happy to say that Kim Stacey, who calls herself The Funeral Copywriter, has now teamed with MortuaryMall.com,” said Edward.
“She’s not only a writer; she’s a licensed funeral director, and the founder of the Association of Women Funeral Professionals,” he continued. “You may have read some of her columns in Mortuary Management, or articles for American Funeral Director, Funeral Business Advisor, and American Cemetery, during the last eight years. We’re pleased to include her services in MortuaryMall.com.”
Kim reveals how her background shapes the work she does today. “I chose to focus on serving funeral professionals because of my academic background. As an anthropologist, I studied funeral ceremonies and interment practices in countries around the world. When it came time to step out of academics, it just made sense to begin writing for funeral homes, direct cremation and pet service providers, as well as other entrepreneurs and suppliers. ”
Kim has years of experience writing press releases, trade journal and advertorial articles, blog posts, and website content. “Every project I take on gets my focused attention, from start to finish,” said Kim, “and that means my clients not only receive their finished project quickly, but it’s exactly what they expected. Only the highest quality will do – and that means attention to detail.”
She continues to describe her process. “For web content, I research keywords thoroughly. In that way I can optimize the content for the search engines, but never lose sight of the fact that I’m writing for human beings.” Kim also writes for print journals and publications. “I’m aware of their specifications, and work closely with the editors to ensure the content meets their requirements.”
Worried about cost? There’s no need to be. “Kim has made professional writing services accessible to even the smallest start-up firms,” shares Edward. “Her fees are more than reasonable, especially when you consider the quality of her work. Her services are right in line with the overriding goal of MortuaryMall.com, which is ‘to help funeral homes save time and money.’”
Stop by the site at www.mortuarymall.com to learn more about her services, and read testimonials about the quality of her work.
Based in Connecticut, MortuaryMall.com is a family owned business run by members of the Bergin family, whose funeral homes have served Connecticut families for more than 135 years. MortuaryMall.com is a member of the NFDA Business Exchange and the International Memorialization Supply Association (IMSA). For more information or to place an order 24 hours a day, please visit MortuaryMall.com‘s website at www.mortuarymall.com.
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