No one likes to receive negative comments from others, whether they are directed at you personally or at your business. It’s not easy to be confronted with reasons others may be less than perfectly satisfied with us or our labors.
Here are some suggested steps in addressing negative reviews and comments on Facebook:
Until now, live video has really been dominated by big media companies and celebrities – but with Facebook Live it is now easier than ever for funeral directors and funeral homes to begin live streaming to your audience.
Here is an easy to follow step-by-step guide for funeral homes and funeral directors to go Live:
The truth is, there’s no rulebook when it comes to grief, explains David Kaplan, chief professional officer of the American Counseling Association. The emotion is so swallowing and vast that it’s hard to pinpoint why it manifests in the ways that it does.
Our directors work with client families to arrange memorial services, presenting all options and ensuring experiences of the highest quality. We count on our directors to exemplify our core values, providing the most professional and ethical service possible.
Miller will oversee MKJ’s operations and hundreds of active client projects while expanding on digital marketing services, including website design, online advertising, paid and organic search, email marketing, social media, and blogging.
Are you GEAUXing to NOLA for ICCFA? On episode #27 we have a chat about the crowded field of funeral service vendors not playing their designated positions, a preview of some ICCFA first timers, and a great Spotlight on a Gulf War Veteran!
What is an unofficial Facebook page? We answered this question in an earlier blog but to review; an unofficial page is a Facebook business page that is created when someone “checks in” to your business with their smart phone. It’s so common for people to check in that, more often than not, your business has a Facebook page – one that you didn’t create and one about which you may be totally unaware. Think of it as a billboard for your funeral home that you didn’t create and you don’t know what it is on it and your entire community is viewing it and talking about it.
Yes, you read that correctly. Whether you realize it or not, your business, as a supplier in the death care profession, is also a media company. It’s 2016 and you’re not just a product pusher anymore. You’re not just a distributor. You’re now in the eyeballs business. Everybody has an urn, the casket game is more crowded than ever, yet every supplier is still trying to sell the same way they have for the last 30 years. Why aren’t you marketing in the year that we are in?
On this episode I answer the questions:
1) Why did you start DISRUPTu!?
2) How to Generate Facebook Leads
3) You Don’t Get R.O.I.
On this episode I answer questions about funeral homes doing FAQ videos, how to manage time and why I do a show with potatoes.