“Since starting with Ryan and his team, it was like someone turned on the lights related to our digital marketing efforts ,” commented Strahan. “I’ve been ‘blown away’ with the results and from the comments from members of the community with whom I come in contact with on a regular basis.”
In case you didn’t know, cemeteries are all the rage right now.
Seemingly everyone is playing Pokémon GO. If you’re not already playing it yourself, you’ve no doubt heard about it. It’s not an exaggeration to say that the new mobile and augmented reality game from Niantic Labs and The Pokémon Company is having an enormous impact on people’s daily routines – and this has opened new doors for funeral homes and cemeteries!
Here is a How-To-Guide for Funeral Homes and Cemeteries to take full advantage of the Pokemon GO craze!
Over 1.65 billion people in the world have active Facebook accounts, and over 1 billion users log into Facebook each day. Yes, every FREAKING day! This represents a huge audience for businesses who are building relationships on Facebook. Because of this, it is wise for every business to review these tips for effectively marketing on the social media platform:
On this episode we have two guest DISRUPT Media employees! We talk about the latest Facebook algorithm changes and how they affect funeral homes and what funeral homes should look for when choosing a social media marketing company.
Social media is always on and evolving, and as a result, many small business owners that are resource strapped have a hard time keeping up. Here are 3 tips to help funeral professionals approach and execute social media marketing.
The Difference Between a Facebook Business Page and a Personal Profile – What Death Care Professionals Need to Know
This is one of the most common mistakes funeral professionals make on Facebook. One of the big areas of confusion revolves around how best to represent your funeral home on Facebook.
Social media has made it easy to share condolences after a death—but it hasn’t led to an online culture that’s more sensitive about loss.
Social Media success happens the same way as the maze – start at the end and visualize your way back to the beginning. It’s reverse engineering. When you can see where you’re going it’s easier to get there.
“We are a very goal-oriented firm and we knew our social media partner had to be committed to delivering on the metrics we established,” commented Todd Capps of the McDougald Funeral Home, Cemeteries and Cremation Services. “Not only has DISRUPT Media helped us deliver on every metric we set, but they have done it in a way that’s fun and doesn’t seem like work.”