Tributes.com, the online source for local and national obituary news, announced today that it will be unveiling at the ICCFA Annual Convention & Exposition in Tampa, FL a new suite of obituary performance reports that will be distributed monthly to their Premier Funeral Home Partners. The goal of the reports is to help funeral homes that leverage the Tributes.com platform and obituary distribution network to understand how the various elements of their obituary programs are performing across a wide range of different measures.
Eternal Image, Inc. the company we report dissolved back in July, has relaunched this week as Eternal Image Group, LLC. A group of people came together to carry on their business plan with a new entity. The public facing site for the company is www.brandmemorials.com.
With all the Boomer mania, there is an important issue that we are not talking about as an industry: Who is going to pay for the Boomers funeral?
In its first season, BEST FUNERAL EVER goes inside the Dallas-based Golden Gate Funeral Home where John Beckwith Jr. and his staff organize the most unique ceremonies in the country, proving once again that, while you may be in a casket, it can still be fantastic! (4Q 2013)
What one might think of as the ultimate safe haven category has often proven vulnerable to wild market swings and scandals. Forecasts now call for steady growth, however.
FrontRunner Professional and Continental Computers Announces a Strategic Development Partnership to Release The New “Total Business Solution” – powered by Directors Assistant.
“This single-product approach will provide the greatest value to clients and a much tighter user experience,” says FrontRunner President Kevin Montroy.
Obits are morality tales — and their stories must change with the times. The rigid form of the obituary is at this point fairly retrograde.
Hey, funeral home owners who block employees from using social media at work: You’re doing it wrong.
A Simple Thank You Announces New “Opt-In” Feature for Pre-Need or Other Marketing Leads for Funeral Homes
An important part of the funeral home business is having a solid pre-need or marketing plan, but how does a Funeral Home go about getting those leads?
The funeral profession has not been the most welcoming group of people for ‘Til We Meet Again (honestly I don’t know why, in my opinion their business model and franchise opportunities makes perfect sense for funeral directors). But Tuesday might have provided the confirmation that their bumpy road has been worth it.