The conversation about death and funeral service is happening online and through social media…you’re (funeral homes) just letting someone else control the conversation.
It’s a step by step guide that shows the value of Facebook, and offers tips on the kinds of research you need to do in order to make the case.
The ‘casket tanning bed’ aka ‘Sundead’ does exist, you just can’t buy it anywhere.
Edgerank has a lot of people very concerned. This new mode of filtering content to people’s News Feeds means that your precious Facebook posts might not be getting seen as often as they were before.
The purpose of this post is to simply convey the idea of “How can that be So?”.
Foundation Partners company retreat sheds light on the similarities of Disney World and Funeral Service. They vow that change is coming to funeral service and their bringing it.
The future of funeral service isn’t tied to the growth and innovation of Facebook, Twitter, iPhones, and Droids, pins on Pinterest, tablets, or real-time geolocation check-ins.
That’s how Ryan Thogmartin, founder of DISRUPT Media and Connecting Director’s, described social media during his presentation “Social Media May Be Meaningless” at ICCFA today.
They have now set sights on our profession. First with Legacy.com (controlling most funeral homes online visitor traffic) and then Aurora (the industries third largest casket supplier). And there are others.
‘I don’t know what it is, it’s..it’s love man. Somebody who cares.” This is a line spoken by one of the young men featured in the documentary ‘The Potter’s Field”. In the video below you hear this line spoken in reference to a marble stone left on someone’s gravestone, but I believe this line could be used to encompass the funeral process and profession.