Should you continue to spend the bulk of your advertising dollars on one-way promotions in which there is no opportunity for you to engage with the public?
Consider where your advertising dollars are currently going. Isn’t it time to invest in ads that allow you to engage your public in the forums where they are living and active?
“Social media should be a crucial component of a growing funeral home’s marketing plan,” commented Fowlkes. “At Coleman Funeral Home, we have increased engagement and we are making an impact thanks to DISRUPT Media and their ‘unconventional’ marketing leader, Ryan Thogmartin.”
If you want to grow your audience and funeral home business, Facebook advertising needs to be part of the plan. It’ll cost you, but the ROI on Facebook ads is, no doubt, the best bang for your advertising buck when compared to other forms of traditional or online advertising. Here are some reasons why FB ads are a good idea:
We have received a number of emails this week from funeral directors who noticed that their funeral home’s Facebook page likes decreased. Most funeral directors were freaking out because they thought they had done something wrong but have no fear, there is a perfectly good reason.
Looking to help them more effectively reach audiences of all ages, Faith Chapel Funeral Homes, with locations in both Cantonment and Pensacola, FL, has selected DISRUPT Media to coordinate its social media strategy and content management.
Using their proprietary FUNERAL Social Design Process, DISRUPT Media is helping Faith Chapel to stay current with ideas that are new and fresh in the evolving demographics of their communities.
Using their proprietary FUNERAL Social Design Process, DISRUPT Media is helping Astral to create a platform to build social networks among people who share interests, activities, backgrounds or real-life connections in the funeral industry and the public.
The ways you interact with your fans can either make or break the engagement opportunities you have with them in the future. Yes, you want to draw them to the services you have to offer, but your business opportunities will improve if you pay attention to these five don’ts now:
DISRUPT Media, the social media strategy and management agency, has announced the introduction of its FUNERAL Social Design Process (FSDP). The FUNERAL Social Design Process is the only full service media strategy program crafted specifically for the funeral profession. The introduction follows 36 months of testing with a number of funeral homes throughout the United States.
A few weeks ago we announced the launch of FUNERAL Social by our sister company DISRUPT Media. Part of that launch is their FUNERAL Social Design Process – a strategic, goal oriented approach to social media designed specifically for the funeral profession.
In the short video below Ryan explains the 4 steps of the FUNERAL Social Design Process:
You are probably active in community events, and you are a member of numerous organizations. You shop locally, you engage the local government, and you contribute to local causes. How can you use these contacts and related methods to grow you Facebook fan base? Below are 5 easy to implement ideas.