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Comics That Could Be Directed to Funeral Professionals, So True
There’s not much to say that can set up the below comics. When you read them I don’t think there is any possible way to deny the fact that they could have been created with funeral professionals in mind.
Something has to change…
My marketing guys tells me…
What IF Facebook…
What IF Facebook used the same marketing methods funeral homes do to reach their target users, who are also some of the same prospects your marketing too? It wouldn’t make sense right?
Someone please explain to me why it would make sense for funeral homes to spend so much money on these outdated, unmeasurable marketing strategies?
If your ready to embrace new measurable marketing methods that are built on your funeral home’s values and focused on the values of your customer then fill out this form so start the conversation.
Disrupt Media Group, LLC is a social media marketing solutions firm. Disrupt MG focuses on proficiently assisting small businesses in creating engaging social media marketing strategies. Without a social media marketing strategy companies and brands are just aimlessly posting without any coherent direction. Social media marketing is more than just having a Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube page; businesses have to have a strategy to telling their story, one that opens the door and starts the conversation.
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