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Is your primary goal on Facebook to generate Pre-Need Sales Leads? Are you not getting the results you hoped for? Watch the video to discover our 80/20 rule and how to be part of the conversation.
From this promo clip what is your first reaction?
I was channeling my inner grumpy cat and this is what I came up with. Yes, some are extremely cheesy, others in bad taste, others are for those inside the industry, but maybe there’s one that makes you laugh.
Instead of looking at trends to embrace, I thought I would go in another direction and talk about 5 trends in funeral service that you should look the other way from.
It’s true, most funeral homes spend the bulk of their advertising dollars on media outlets that eyeballs are shifting away from not where eyeballs are shifting to. Watch this video and see if you agree.
The Funeral Boss follows Bill Harris (pictured above), the perfectionist CEO of the Harris Family Funeral Home, and his three sons and daughter as they help families say goodbye to loved ones and balance the demands of their profession with family concerns.
We received the following comment on Sunday morning. Please read the comment and let us know your thoughts. Is this really happening and if so what has your or your client family’s experience been? If this is true then Legacy.com could be raking in millions by screwing over grieving families.
Companies are appearing on the funeral industry radar screen offering payment programs or credit to consumers paying for their deceased loved one’s funeral goods and services.
Having your fans share your content is what begins the process of social recommendations (which is what funeral directors say they get 80% of new client families from.
Let us guide you through the best ideas your firm should be putting in to practice on Facebook.