Every week on Facebook, ASD has been sharing #FuneralDirectorFacts that most people don’t know to help educate others about dedication of funeral professionals. What is one thing about your career as a director that others outside the profession wouldn’t know?
After returning from the ICCFA convention in Las Vegas last week, I found myself in need of inspiration. The convention itself was very poorly attended (so it seemed) and the lack of innovation or anything new from exhibitors was highly disappointing.
I’m guessing from chatter I heard at the show that many attendees and other exhibitors felt the same way. So to help get everyone re-inspired I have included below 13 of the most inspiring quotes from Steve Jobs:
Upon return and reflection from ICCFA in Las Vegas, I realize how our new world communicates. Having a funeral blog has provided me a platform for soliciting ideas, sharing experiences and observations with other funeral industry professionals. Most important, a funeral blog provides an opportunity, when positioned and utilized correctly, to get to know each other in our new world order by using of social media.
Wanna talk about social media for your funeral firm or funeral company at the ICCFA Convention in Las Vegas?
Watch this video to see how you can set up a strategic meeting with DISRUPT Media’s owner Ryan Thogmartin.
Do you think funeral homes should have a right to choose what website provider they use and what management software provider they choose? Should funeral directors start to require these providers to play nice with each other?
To play along with April Fool’s Day we thought we would share this April Fool’s prank from Funeral Home Gifts. They really went for it! Let us know what you think.
I found this great Facebook video shared by Preneed Funeral Program yesterday – after watching it I found myself sporting a huge smile. See my selfie below for proof!
There’s a vast difference between having social media profiles for your funeral home because that’s the de facto expectation of businesses these days and actually building a substantive social following that contributes to your funeral home’s business goals.
Any of the following 10 signs may be indications that you’re doing social media wrong:
Funeral directors wear cologne in the workplace or out on death calls, it’s part of their fancy ‘dress to impress’ attire. Problem is many don’t know how to wear it.
Today Facebook is rolling out an updated look for News Feed so that desktop and mobile will look the same, making Facebook more consistent and easier to use across platforms.