Many Facebook profiles announce their owners have passed; they are “memorialised”. The profile is emblazoned with the word “remembering”, and they stop appearing in public spaces, like People You May Know or birthday reminders.
But not all Facebook users who have passed away are memorialised.
Some people celebrate National Pi Day with 3.14, but others are celebrating with PIE! Here is McDougald Funeral Home having a blast celebrating this holiday and serving their community!
None of us likes to think about our own mortality, but as the old saying has it, nobody is going to make it out of here alive.
Things were simple enough in the old days. We wrote a will, took out a life insurance policy, maybe left a letter explaining where to find important documents, and that was about it. But in an age where many of our documents and assets are in digital form, it’s worth taking a little time to ensure that our loved ones don’t encounter major hassles when it comes to accessing them.
In this episode Ryan talks about Facebook’s global rollout of Reactions and what it means for funeral homes, the ways he dresses and what comes after Facebook for funeral home marketing.
In this episode I talk about gender bias in the funeral profession, clear up some confusion about Facebook Live and talk about Funeral Suppliers in the Stop Being Stupid segment! #SBS – Don’t forget to answer our ‘Would You Rather’ question in the comments
Perhaps it’s unfair that those of us who work in the funeral profession have a bit of an uphill battle in dispelling the unearned negative impressions the public may have formed about us. Death is a fact of life, and it takes a special person and a special team to show honor to those who have passed while comforting and serving the family and friends of the deceased. If you could convince John Q. Public to spend time with you and your staff at your facility you could reveal how wonderfully human, compassionate, professional, and fun you really are.
The new Facebook reactions are finally here — which means you can respond to someone’s status with Love, Haha, Wow, Sad and Angry in addition to the familiar, original Like. If you’re not seeing those options in your News Feed yet, though, we’re here to help.
The #FNhustle and #FNchange keeps rolling strong in Episode 21! We sit down with the guys behind LA Ads, known as the ‘agents of change’ and for their red shoes. We spotlight a funeral director in Texas who is smashing the status quo to serve her community and our WTF looks at a terrible ad from a funeral home in Australia.
Ask Kid Social Episode #7 – Overnight Growth, What Content You Should Be Creating and The Value of Video Blogging
On this episode I answer questions about: 1. Is video blogging for a funeral home or funeral directors valuable and how to share video content 2. Companies that promise overnight social growth
On this episode we talk with a funeral director who is shattering the mold when it comes to brand building. We determine who is the mob boss and who is the drug dealer in our dynamic duo and we tell you how you could be the lucky winner of a bag of Death Wish Coffee.